District Financial Aid Programs
District Financial Aid Program (DFAP)
DFAP is a District need-based grant program. Students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and be enrolled in a career/technical program. Awards may vary but cannot exceed tuition (said award cannot be applied toward materials, ID fees, textbooks or supplies). Awards are determined by the school and are based upon need and availability of funds.
Students receiving DFAP funds who do not maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) will be denied approval for future awards. Students, who fail a class while receiving funds from DFAP or Fee Waiver, will not receive this assistance to repeat the course. Students must follow the attendance and academic guidelines established by the school. Students must complete the FM 6498 DFAP/Fee Waiver Application. No DFAP is allowed for students taking career technical educational classes strictly for personal or hobby use.
Fee Waiver Program
The Fee Waiver Program is a District need based grant program. Awards may vary but cannot exceed tuition (said award cannot be applied toward materials, ID fees, textbooks or supplies). Awards are determined by the school and are based on need and the availability of funds. The student must not be receiving other sources of financial aid from the school for that trimester. An application must be submitted each term and the applicant must be able to provide documentation to verify financial need. SAP and attendance must be maintained to continue receiving a fee waiver. No Fee Waivers are allowed for students taking classes strictly for personal or hobby use.