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Welcome to San Diego Miramar College's Financial Aid Web Pages!
The goal of the Financial Aid Office is to assist with financial concerns so that you might obtain maximum benefit from the educational opportunities available. The Financial Aid Office at each college recognizes that your situation is unique and your application is carefully analyzed with complete confidentiality regarding your personal financial information.
Connect with us remotely…
- Email us at email@example.com with your questions/concerns. Make sure students include their student ID on the email.
- Have questions? Ask Jimmy the Jet Chatbot. Click on the right pop-up
- Financial Aid Virtual Drop-In Hours.
- Thursdays, 4:00pm – 5:30pm
CampusLogic: Student Forms is our new student portal that allows students (and parents) to electronically sign and upload documents! This means that you can submit your financial aid verification documents securely without having to come into the campus Financial Aid Office. As the students and the college financial aid staff work through the forms, the Student Forms software will send updates in real-time with documentation that is needed based on the answers provided by the students. Once you have submitted all your forms to resolve outstanding financial aid tasks, the integration with our other SDCCD applications will update your MySDCCD portal the following day. Form more information, please visit SDCCD Student Forms.
Verification Relief: The U.S. Department of Education announced on July 13, 2021 temporary verification relief for students and schools. San Diego Miramar, Financial Aid Office is working on implementing this relief.
Income Reduction Request: Students and families experiencing a significant income reduction in 2021 compared to the 2019 income reported on your financial aid application (FAFSA) may be eligible to file a 2021-22 Projected Year Income Reduction Petition. Students can contact the Financial Aid Office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for an assessment of your and/or your family income.
Financial Aid Electronic Consent Activity Guide. Voluntary consent to participate in electronic transactions is REQUIRED for all financial aid information
Federal Financial Aid guidelines require that Financial Aid Offices at SDCCD (City, Mesa, and Miramar) obtain voluntary consent to participate in electronic transactions.
1. The Financial Aid offices uses email to notify students of outstanding requirements, award packages, loan disbursements and financial aid status. Since MySDCCD is an electronic form of communication, financial aid students MUST first agree to the Financial Aid Office's Electronic Consent policy before they can view their financial aid award in their MySDCCD, student Dashboard; under the Financial Aid Tab.
2. Granting Electronic Consent allows students to have full access to their MySDCCD account including the ability to:
- . Review your financial aid online (award letter information, payment dates, Satisfactory Academic Progress policy, etc.).
- Receive electronic notification of loan disbursements- includes the amount, date of disbursement, and right to cancel the loan within 14 days of notice.
- Reminder notices, including specific communication about your financial aid file.
- Notice of scholarship opportunities which include eligibility requirements and how to apply.
- Notice of Loan requirements, including Entrance Counseling, Master Promissory Note and Exit Counseling.
Click on the link for a step-by-step instructions to complete the electronic consent on the student portal. (FA Electronic Consent Activity Guide 2021-22)
This requirement is part of 34 CFR 668.165. (The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act or E-Sign Act)
A school must obtain a student’s voluntary consent to participate in electronic transactions. Voluntary consent to participate in electronic transactions is required for all financial information provided or made available to student loan borrowers and for all notices and authorizations to FSA recipients
To ensure you receive your maximum eligibility of your federal financial aid, please make sure your “Campus of Record” is at San Diego Miramar College (School Code is 014172). Your combined units can be at SDCCD (San Diego City College, Mesa College, and Miramar College).
Satisfactory Academic Progress
A student's eligibility for financial aid in the 2021-2022 academic year and later will be determined using these Standards. The Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
The POLICY FOR STANDARDS OF SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS FOR FINANCIAL AID RECIPIENTS became effective with the Summer 2016 semester and supersedes all previous standards.
Please note, the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy has changed. The SAP standards have been strengthened and the appeal process and the reinstatement process are now enforced more rigorously.
Online Classes And Out-Of-State Students
If your legal or mailing address is located in another state and you are enrolled in all online (web) classes, you will not be eligible for federal financial aid. If you feel your status is incorrect, you must come into the Financial Aid Office and provide appropriate documentation to show you reside in California.
New Federal regulations require educational institutions to provide students with Gainful Employment information for specific certificate programs offered at our college. Visit Gainful Employment to view the information for each program offered at San Diego Miramar College.
Net Price Calculator
Using institutional data and data you enter, the Net Price Calculator will calculate the average net price of attendance at San Diego Miramar College. Please keep in mind, the final value is not an actual offer of financial aid or the actual cost you will pay. These are only estimates based on the previous attendance of students.
To use the Net Price Calculator, go to https://misweb.cccco.edu/npc/073/npcalc.htm.
Cal Grant Qualifying Institution Disclosure
Per California Assembly Bill (AB) 2086, the following information is made available to provide access to California license examination passage rates for graduates of Miramar College programs that require California licensure. Data will continue to be updated as California licensing and/or regulatory agencies make the data electronically available.
Federal regulations require all campuses to provide specified information to prospective and current students, staff and the general public. List below are those items that must be available for review per federal regulation.
Drug & Alcohol Abuse
Requires colleges and universities to provide information to its students regarding drug and alcohol abuse and prevention.http://www.sdccd.edu/daapp/
College Navigator - National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education. NCES fulfills a Congressional mandate to collect, collate, analyze, and report complete statistics on the condition of American education; conduct and publish reports; and review and report on education activities internationally.