If you are eligible for the CA College Promise Grant, you may also qualify for the
If you applied through the CA College Promise Grant Application and are not eligible
based on the income standards, you are strongly encouraged to complete the FAFSA since it has a higher income ceiling for fee waiver eligibility.
What happens if I lose my CA College Promise Grant eligibility?
In order for you to keep your CA College Promise Grant status you must:
Maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0
Successfully complete at least 50 percent of all units attempted
If you are not able to meet these standards for two consecutive primary terms (fall
and spring), it will result in loss of fee waiver eligibility. You will receive a
notice that you have been placed on probation and will have one semester to meet both
standards. If these standards are not met, you will lose your CA College Promise Grant.
How can I get my CA College Promise Grant eligibility back?
If you meet one of the following criteria, you may appeal your loss of the CA College
Extenuating circumstances (accident, illness, or change in economic situation).
Significant academic improvement (2.0 GPA and 50 percent completion rate in the last
All financial aid students are required to check their DVC student email account through
InSite on a regular basis in order to receive notifications, file status updates,
announcements, and further instructions from the Financial Aid Office. Follow the
link for instructions on how to check your financial aid status through InSite.
Financial Aid school codes:
DVC FAFSA Federal School Code: 001191
DVC CA DREAM Act Application School Code: 00119100