Welcome to Citrus College's Financial Aid Office. We encourage you to visit our website frequently for current information and updates.
Questions about FAFSA? Click here to review the online video "What is the FAFSA?"
California Dream Act, comprising state laws AB 130 and AB 131, has extended eligibility for certain types of institutional and state aid to students, including undocumented students who qualify for benefits under another California law, AB 540, which exempts certain students from being required to pay nonresident tuition.
In accordance with AB 540, students other than nonimmigrant persons with valid visas who attended a California high school for a minimum of three years and graduated from a California high school or attained the equivalent, may be eligible for an exemption from the nonresident tuition fee. For further information, visit the
California Dream Act website.
Financial Aid Forms Submission
Submitting financial aid office forms can be done by postal mail or in person ONLY. Students are required to print all financial aid office forms from the Citrus College website. The forms may be accessed under the Financial Aid Forms link on the navigation column. All forms must be filled out completely and signed
before they are submitted to the office. Failure to do so will cause a delay in completing the student's financial aid file.
DON'T FORGET YOUR PHOTO ID WHEN VISITING THE FINANCIAL AID OFFICE
IT'S REQUIRED BEFORE SERVICES CAN BE RENDERED
The Financial Aid Office strongly recommends students check their Citrus College email account frequently, as it is the primary means of communication between the Financial Aid Office and the student. The Financial Aid Office is not available to release confidential information over the phone or through email.
Attend one of our financial aid workshops. Review the list of
Important Dates for dates and times.
Our Mission Statement
The Financial Aid Office (FAO) and its staff is committed to providing quality support services that support the college's mission of student success. The FAO promotes financial aid programs that remove financial barriers to ensure access to all students in pursuit of academic excellence, economic opportunity, and personal achievement.