DUE TO LIMITED FUNDING, APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH MARCH 18TH .
If you are in need of resource referrals after the 18th, please contact SEAG@cptc.edu
The Student Emergency Assistance Grant (SEAG) is a funding opportunity is intended to provide monetary assistance to students experiencing unforeseen emergencies or situations that affect their ability to attend classes. The application process is low barrier and is available both online and paper to ensure as many students as possible can be served.
Additionally, as a means to provide continued support, students who apply will hear from the Campus’ Resource Navigator to help identify any additional barriers and offer support. Whether it is by finding additional campus resources or sending referrals to community partners, our goal is to diminish barriers that could derail your education.
All applications must have CPTC email address provided. Failure to have the correct CPTC email can result in a delay of funding.
Funding is disbursed on Wednesdays and Fridays. If you do not have a FAFSA on file your funding will be disbursed via paper check which will be available for pick up in the Cashier’s Office in Building 17. Students will be notified by Student Aid and Scholarship via email when paper check(s) are available for pick up.
No. Students do not need to have a FAFSA on file with the college in order to receive funding.
Yes. Due to limited funding, each category has a cap for what can be funded.
- Rental assistance: $750.00
- Utility assistance: $300.00
- Books: $500.00
- Transportation: $150.00
- Tool kit/Technology: $750.00
- Childcare: $500.00
- Food: $300.00
- Medical: $300.00
- Fees & Fines: $300.00
The max award per student is $1,150.00 . The caps listed are a maximum allotment, and funding received may vary depending on funding levels.
PLEASE NOTE: If you request more than the maximum award, we will award according to your listed priority given in the application.
Funding is not guaranteed.
No. In order to support as many students as possible we are limiting applications once per year for each student. (July 1st-June 30th)
The Student Funding Committee will be reviewing applications as they come in and will reach out to students regarding the determination via the student email provided in the application. Please be sure to double check that your student email is accurate before submitting an application for this reason.
All applications must have CPTC email address provided. Failure to have the correct CPTC email will result in a delay of funding. All updates can only be given through CPTC student emails.
Yes. Funding is only available for registered students who are attending classes in winter quarter.
No. SEAG funds cannot pay for tuition or fees associated with such debts.
Paper applications will be available at the following locations;
- Advising and Counseling – Building 17
- Enrollment Services – Building 17
- CPTC Foundation Office – Building 19
- Library – Building 15
- Student Aid and Scholarships – Building 17
- Student Life – Building 23
- Transitional Studies – Building 10
- Veterans Business Office – Building 17
- Veterans Resource Center – Building 2
- Welcome Center – Building 17
- Workforce Development – Buildings 16 & 19
- Dean of Student Success, Cristeen Crouchet
- Director of Workforce Development, Michelle Barre
- Director of Student Aid & Scholarship, Celva Boon
- Assistant Director of Student Aid & Scholarships, Lisa Fortson
- Executive Director of the Foundation, Janet Holm
- Executive Director of Budget & Finance, Lisa Wolcott
- Transitional Studies Instructor, Diane Follett
- Resource Navigator, Hayley Saucedo