East San Gabriel Valley Regional Occupational Program and Technical Center

Primary Financial Aid Options

We know how important it is to balance your finances against your educational goals.  Our affordable payment options were carefully designed with you in mind.  Below you will find the various financing options, terms and required documents to begin your financing selection.  Talk with one of our financial aid representatives to figure out which plan is best for you.  Financial Aid is available for those who qualify.

Federal Student Aid

Financial aid is designed to help students pay for school.  There are three categories of federal student aid; grants, work-study and loans. Currently ESGVROP/TC Adult Career Training only participates with the Federal Pell Grant, FSEOG, and Federal Work-Study programs.

To apply for the Federal Student Aid Programs you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Basic eligibility requirements are to demonstrate financial need, be a US citizen or eligible non citizen, have a valid social security number, and have a high school diploma or GED certificate. All three programs are need–based for undergraduate students and typically do not require repayment. 

To initiate the application process complete the following steps:

1.) Complete your FAFSA online www.fafsa.ed.gov, and add ROP’s school code 031166. Or complete a paper application in the financial aid office. A representative will be happy to assist you.

2.) Make an appointment to meet with a Financial Aid Administrator by calling (626) 472-5156.   

Your Financial Aid Administrator will work with you until your financial aid process is completed.  .

Institutional Grant (IG)

ESGVROP/TC offers Institutional grants to those who qualify.  It is a need based grant. The student must complete an application; the application will be reviewed by the committee members and will notify the student of eligibly status.  

 

To apply for the Institutional grant:

1.) Complete your Institutional Grant application, available in the financial aid office and submit the application to the financial aid department. 

Make an appointment to meet with a Financial Aid Administrator by calling (626) 472-5156. 

Cash

This option will allow you to pay your program in full before you begin school, or you may chose to pay monthly installments without interest within the program length.  

To initiate a monthly payment plan:

1.) Make an appointment to meet with a Financial Aid Administrator by calling (626) 472-5156.  

Your Financial Aid Administrator will work with you in completing the required documentation for the payment plan.