The DVC Financial Aid Office offers a broad range of financial aid programs including fee waiver, grants, work-study and other forms of aid to help close the gap between student resources and academic expenses.
The CalWORKs program is designed to help CalWORKs students complete the academic and career training they need to successfully move from welfare to work and to become economically self-sufficient.
The EOPS program is designed to help low-income and educationally disadvantaged students have a successful college experience and complete their educational and career goals.
DSS provides instruction and services designed to increase access to college instructional programs for individuals with disabilities. Students with acquired brain injuries, delayed learning, learning disabilities, hearing impairments, visual impairments, psychological disabilities, mobility disabilities, and chronic health conditions may qualify for services.
The Student Life Office trains future leaders in social responsibility and democratic leadership. Student organizations are open to all DVC students and serve as a laboratory of citizenship.
We recognize the dignity and value of the individual and continuously strive to provide opportunities for all those who seek an education.
START is a Foster Youth Success Initiative (FYSI) support program designed to increase access, retention, and graduation rates for current or former foster youth at DVC.
|Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.