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Appeals

Palomar Promise Appeal

Submit this Appeal if it was determined that you were not eligible for the Palomar Promise in 2018/2019.  To be eligible for this appeal, you must have graduated from an eligible school in the 2017/2018 school year. Please include any extenuating circumstances that contributed to you not being eligible, and attach supporting documentation.
Deadline: July 26, 2018

Palomar Promise Appeal

Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal

2017/2018 SAP Appeal Deadlines                              2018/2019 SAP Appeal Deadlines 
Fall 2017 – December 1, 2017                                       Fall 2018 – November 30, 2018
Spring 2018 – May 4, 2018                                            Spring 2019 – May 3, 2019
Summer 2018 – June 29, 2018                                      Summer 2019 – June 28, 2019
Appeal eligibility will not be retroactive to prior terms

2017/2018 SAP Appeal
2018/2019 SAP Appeal

Second Level Appeal

2017/2018 Appeal to the Director Deadlines          2018/2019 Appeal to the Director Deadlines
Fall 2017 – January 19, 2018                                      Fall 2018 – January 18, 2019
Spring 2018 – June 29, 2018                                      Spring 2019 – June 28, 2019
Summer 2018 – July 20, 2018                                    Summer 2019 – July 19, 2019
Appeal eligibility will not be retroactive to prior terms
Only submit if your SAP Appeal was denied and you have additional statements and/or documentation.

17/18 Appeal to the Director
18/19 Appeal to the Director

Unusual Enrollment Appeal


Submit this appeal if it was determined that you did not earn academic credit at one, or more, of your previously attended institutions

 

 Unusual Enrollment Appeal

 

Special Circumstances
Dependency Override – Homelessness – Income

  • Dependency Override
DOE (Department of Education), allows schools to exercise “Professional Judgment” in determining a student’s dependency status
in certain situations where the relationship between you and your parent(s) has been compromised in a serious and ongoing way.
2017/2018 Dependency Override
2017/2018 Dependency Override Continuation
Previously was approved in prior year at Palomar College
2017/2018 Paper FAFSA2018/2019 Dependency Override
2018/2019 Dependency Override Continuation

Previously was approved in prior year at Palomar College
2018/2019 Paper FAFSA

 

  • Homelessness | Unaccompanied Youth

DOE (Department of Education), allows schools to exercise “Professional Judgment” in determining a student’s dependency status as it relates to homelessness and or unaccompanied youth. If you are a 1) unaccompanied and homeless, or 2) unaccompanied, self-supporting, and at-risk of homelessness youth please contact the Financial aid office to schedule an appointment to meet with the Homeless Liaison for determination of status at 760-744-1150 ext 2366

 

  • Income Special Circumstances
Projected Year Income Request

The Financial Aid Office may be able to adjust data items used to calculate your expected family contribution (EFC) and your financial need if special circumstances exist that affect your ability to contribute towards the cost of education.

**Your Financial Aid file MUST be complete before you can submit a Special Circumstances Request**

2017/2018 Request– PARENT (Dependent Students) 


2017/2018 Request– STUDENT (Independent Students) 

One Time Income/Benefit

Examples of one-time income or benefits may include IRA rollover, inheritance, gambling/raffle winnings, etc.

 

**Your Financial Aid file MUST be complete before you can submit a Special Circumstances Request**

2017/2018 One Time Income and/or Benefit Received in 2015 – PARENT (Dependent Students) 

2017/2018 One Time Income and/or Benefit – STUDENT/SPOUSE (Independent Students) 

 

Last modified on June 12, 2018