Siskiyou Promise - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


All Graduating (2017) Siskiyou County High School Students who meet the eligibility criteria from the following high schools and are California residents:

  • Big Valley High School
  • Butte Valley High School
  • Discovery High School
  • Dunsmuir High School
  • Etna High School
  • Golden Eagle Charter
  • Happy Camp High School
  • Jefferson High School
  • Mattole Valley Charter School (Siskiyou Residents Only)
  • Modoc High School
  • Mt. Shasta High School
  • Tulelake High School
  • Weed High School
  • Yreka High School
  • Be a Siskiyou or Modoc County resident who will graduate from a Siskiyou County or Modoc County high school in June 2017.
  • Apply to College of the Siskiyous via CCCApply.
  • Complete the 2017/2018 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA – www.fafsa.ed.gov) or a 2017/2018 Dream Act Application (AB540 students) and add school code – 001187 (College of the Siskiyous).
  • Complete College of the Siskiyous Orientation, Advising, and Registration Process (SOAR).
  • Enroll at College of the Siskiyous as a full-time student (12 or more units) for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018. For students with disability accommodation needs, please call (530) 938-5374 (530) 938-5374.

The student Services Office in the John Mantle Student Center, Weed Campus or email to: studentservices@siskiyous.edu

The Promise scholarship covers the cost of a 15 unit max Enrollment & registration fees for the term $715 a semester. This includes Enrollment Fees ($46/unit) + Health Fee ($19) + Student Center Fee ($5) + ASB Fee ($1). Plus $200 per semester toward your books.

The Scholarship grants students whose fees are paid through BOGW or Pell a $200 book voucher through the College of the Siskiyous Bookstore.

Student Enrollment
Fees
Registration
Fees
BOGW PELL Siskiyou
Promise
Full Pell 690 25 690 2908 $200
BOGW C Only 690 25 690 0 $225
No Eligibility 690 25 0 0 $915

The Promise will cover Fall 2017 & Spring 2018 registration. Students are eligible to enroll in both semesters after attending an Orientation (SOAR).





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