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Financial Aid

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Through a genuine commitment to all students and their families, the Financial Aid (FA) Office is here to assist with eliminating financial worries so that you might obtain maximum benefit from the educational opportunities available. The FA Office at each college recognizes that your situation is unique, and your application is carefully analyzed with complete confidentiality regarding your personal financial information. We are dedicated to providing high-quality service in a fair, sensitive, and confidential environment to all individuals, regardless of background, culture, or lifestyle. Please visit for more information.

Financial Aid (updates for September 2022): In person services available

Student Loan Debt Relief Information: ECMC Call Center (877) 331-3262


2022-23 FAFSA Application
(School code: #001273)

Need a Job?

Federal Work-Study list now forming for Fall 2022 (part-time up to 25 hours per week @$15.38/per hour). For more information, email Lorie Mendoza

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***LIVE SUPPORT - FA Password Required***

This week's schedule is: 

Help & Support


  • Wait times are expected and will vary based on the number of students needing support.

  • Support sessions occur one-on-one and first-come, first-served ending promptly at close of business.

  • Presence is required at time of service or you will be removed from the session immediately. (Staff will not wait if no response is given)

  • Hours are subject to change. Check for real-time updates on our Calendar.

Please be patient as we work through this remote operations process. 

In order to ensure the fastest possible service on your FA needs, students should observe the following:

  • submit required documents through JIRA; and
  • update your email, mailing, and home addresses via your mySDCCD account.

*Alternatively, students may submit documents via DocuSign; or Fax (619) 388-3241 -  include your college ID number (CSID) and first and last name as the subject line. (Example: CSID 0123456789 - Jane Doe)

Email questions to, and include your college ID number (CSID) and first and last name as the subject line (Example: CSID 0123456789 - Jane Doe), as well as your FA password in the body of the message.   

View Your Current Financial Aid Information

Do you want to know what documents you need to submit for financial aid? What type of financial aid you have been awarded?

You can view your current financial aid status through your mySDCCD account. For more information and instructions on how to access the mySDCCD portal, click the following link, mySDCCD Info.

Note: Regarding a FAFSA Mismatch - a FAFSA mismatch occurs when your FAFSA and your Admissions Campus of Record (COR) are not the same.

  • If your COR is City College but your FAFSA is Mesa or Miramar you need to update your FAFSA to include City College.
  • If your FAFSA is City College but your COR is Mesa or Miramar you need to let our office know that you want to receive your financial aid from City College. We will submit a service ticket to have your COR changed to City College.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate: Students will be able to identify financial aid resources for which they may qualify, submit applications and documentation, and meet deadlines.
  • Eligibility: Students who receive financial aid will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy for financial aid purposes. Students will gain understanding of the requirements, rights and responsibilities, and repayment obligations associated with acquiring a federal student loan.

Consumer Information

The Student Consumer Information Regulations of the United States Department of Education require all colleges and universities to provide their students access to certain information to which they are entitled to as consumers. Under these regulations, San Diego City, Mesa, and Miramar College and Continuing Education annually distributes to all students a notice of the availability of consumer information. Please click HERE to review the information outlined for consumer disclosure by the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA).