Continuing Students

Reminder, the Continuing Student & County Approved Eligibility Forms are Due Now
(Must be dated between January - May 2020)
A Continuing Student Form must be turned in to the front desk along with your County Approved Eligibility Documentation
  • Los Angeles County
    • Verification of Benefits From can be printed directly from the D.P.S.S website.
    • Notice of Action sent to you by the county
    • Going to the county Eligibility office customer service line and requesting a printed and stamped copy of your Verification of Benefits form
  • Orange County
    • You must contact your county Case Worker to obtain a Verification of Benefits Form
  • Keep in mind that all forms, no matter the county, must be dated within the semester and display Cash-Aid not Cal Fresh, Transportation, or childcare
  • Please note: 
    • Summer eligibility MUST be dated between May and August
    • Fall eligibility MUST be dated between August and December
    • Spring eligibility MUST be dated between January and May 
  • This form is due every Fall and Spring Semesters
    • Forms submitted with grades of C or below will be required to meet with a CalWORKs counselor 
  • CalWORKs students can obtain a 30-day extension on student fees (CCSA, Health, Lab Fees, etc.) by completing a Student Appeal Form.
  • The CalWORKs office is trying to reduce paper waste. With that said, copies will no longer be automatically given to students, unless they request to have them. Copies can be requested by completing the "Other" option in the Student Appeal Form.
  • If you are required by your county worker to re-submit paperwork, email your pay-stubs, ancillary request, and or email class schedules. You can request a staff member to email all paperwork directly to your case worker by completing the "Other" option in the Student Appeal Form, and specifying what you are submitting and who your worker is.
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