CARES Act Reporting Information

 

CARES Act Reporting Requirements

UPDATED January 2022

 

An acknowledgement that the institution signed and returned to the Department the Certification and Agreement and the assurance that the institution has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.

Miramar Certification Form 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Report Type

Date

Total Funds Received

# of Students Awarded (Credit)

Amount Awarded (Credit)

# of Students Awarded (Non-Credit)

Amount Awarded (Non-Credit)

# of Estimated Eligible Students

Total Funds Disbursed

Initial Report

5/22/2020

$1,617,949

1,245

N/A

N/A

N/A

9,978

$596,639

                 

1st Qrtly Report

9/25/2020

$1,617,949

1,953

$839,039

195

$78,000

8,044

$917,039

                 

2nd Qrtly Report

1/10/2021

$1,617,949

4,528

$1,391,439

655

$261,200

8,332

$1,964,650

                 

3rd Qrtly Report

3/31/2021

$1,617,949

4,528

$1,391,439

1,032

$412,800

8,794

$1,804,239

                 

4th Qrtly Report

6/30/2021

$11,575,861

4,900

$2,396,750

1,032

$412,800

8,794

$2,809,550

                 

5th Qrtly Report

9/30/2021

$11,757,861

7,086

$2,396,750

1,441

$706,335

8,794

$3,103,085

                 

6th Qrtly Report

12/31/2021

$11,575,861

8,338

$5,603,750

1,971

$1,501,310

9,213

$7,105,060

 

 

 

The method(s) used by the institution to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants and how much they would receive under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act.

SD Miramar utilized FAFSA application data to estimate the number of enrolled students who may be eligible to apply for the CARES Act funds as well as to determine which students would receive the CARES Act funds.  Specifically, the College analyzed the number of students who had a current FAFSA on file; Expected Family Contribution (EFC) data; the number of current Pell Grant recipients; and the number of remaining students who had not submitted a FAFSA.  This data was compared against the total amount of available funds to identify the amount of funds that would be distributed.

 

Any instructions, directions, or guidance provided by the institution to students concerning the Emergency Financial Aid Grants.

Student Emergency Funds FAQ

SDCCD CARES ACT REPORT PAGE

 

 

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18004(A)(1) INSTITUTIONAL PORTION AND 18004(A)(2) MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS

 

 Miramar Colleges have also accepted CARES Act funding under sections 18004(a)(1) Institution Portion and 18004(a)(2) Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs). 

 

 

San Diego Miramar College

18004(a)(1)

Institution Portion

18004(a)(2)

Minority Serving Institutions
  $1,617,949.00 $234,628

 

6TH QUARTERLY REPORT - 1/10/2022

5TH QUARTERLY REPORT - 10/10/2021

4TH QUARTERLY REPORT - 07/10/2021

3RD QUARTERLY REPORT - 04/10/2021

2ND QUARTERLY REPORT - 01/10/2021

1ST QUARTERLY REPORT - 10/30/2020