2017 - 2018 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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eops/care eligibility criteria • be a california resident or ab540 dream act • be a full-time student 12 units • have completed no more than 45 units of college course work • meet eops income criteria in one of the following ways student must be eligible to receive a board of governor’s fee waiver a or b bogfw to be eligible to receive a bogfw “a” a student must be receiving tanf/calworks temporary assistance to needy families or ssi/ssp supplemental security income/state supplementary program or general assistance or have a certificate from the california department of veteran affairs stating eligibility for deceased/disabled veteran’s department fee waiver student must be eligible to receive a board of governor’s fee waiver bogfw “b” to be eligible to receive a bogfw “b,” a student’s total family income for including taxable and nontaxable income cannot exceed $17,655 for a family of 1 $23,895 for a family of 2 $30,135 for a family of 3 or $36,375 for a family of 4 families larger than 4 add $6,240 for each additional dependent effective july 1 2016 • meet at least one of the following eops educational conditions transcripts required non-high school graduate high school g.p.a below 2.5 have been previously enrolled in remedial courses not eligible to enroll in math m03 not eligible to enroll in engl m01a • care only at least 18 years old and a single head of household current recipient of assistance from calworks tanf for themselves or their dependents and have one child under 14 years old eops application procedure financial aid the financial aid office at moorpark college participates in a variety of federal and state financial aid programs designed to assist undergraduate students in meeting college costs to be considered for these programs complete the free application for federal student aid fafsa at www.fafsa.gov or the california dream act at https dream csac.ca.gov or a board of governors’ fee waiver application for each academic year for the best source of current information and guidelines please contact our office or refer to our financial aid website at http www.moorparkcollege.edu/departments/student-services financial-aid note additional forms are required for state aid programs please see appendix ix for more information regarding the application filing requirements and priority filing deadlines for state aid due to limitations in funding the financial aid office may not offer sufficient financial aid to cover the entire cost of education adhering to the priority filing deadlines and responding promptly to requests for additional information from the financial aid office is a critical component to receiving the most financial aid for additional information regarding the types of financial aid programs that moorpark college participates in and for important policies that affect financial aid recipients please refer to appendix ix the financial aid office express intake center is located on the first floor of fountain hall the financial aid office is located on the 2nd floor of fountain hall financial aid goals and objectives • provide student centered service information and identify financing options to students seeking financial assistance • maintain efforts to minimize the student loan default rate • identify outreach to and increase both financial aid participation and student access to locally defined un-served and under served student populations • increase awareness on campus and at local high schools of financial aid students will • be aware of and connected to financial wellness tools via cash course http www.cashcourse.org • apply for a board of governor’s fee waiver bogfw and/or free application for federal student aid fafsa • expand critical thinking and communication skills through online video email and text campaigns • apply for the eops program by filling out the eops application provide official or unofficial transcripts from high school and prior colleges if attended • create and value timely file completion and the award and disbursement process • once application and documentation is reviewed and deemed eligible the student must attend a mandatory eops orientation maintaining eligibility in order to remain eligible for the eops program each eops student must make acceptable progress towards a goal certificate or degree as determined by the college with an average of a 2.0 gpa or better for each semester each eops/care student is required to meet three times per semester with his or her eops/care counselor for academic advisement and educational planning for further information call 805 378-1464 or visit the eops/care office in building ssa-107a • feel welcomed acknowledged and supported by first year experiences such as financial aid 101 videos and online orientations • be engaged to increase their awareness of bog regulation changes for more information about financial aid call 805 378-1462 or visit our website for financial aid programs see appendix ix financial aid programs on pages 298-303 library and learning resources library and learning resources includes the library teaching and learning center and computer labs all of which support students in becoming information literate and self-reliant learners moorpark college student and instructional services 2017-2018 37