Textbook Loan Program
Through this program students can borrow up to two textbooks during a regular semester and one textbook over the summer at no charge. Students interested in borrowing books must submit an online application via SURF. To get application instructions, click here.
Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW)
BOGW is a state sponsored program, which waives enrollment fees for qualifying students. Students may be eligible for a fee waiver even if they are not eligible for other financial aid. For more information about the BOGW and to apply, click here.
**We also encourage students to apply for federal student aid. In order to apply for federal student aid students will need to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).**
Veterans Education Office
The Veterans Education Office is located in building 3300. The Veterans Services Office provides assistance to veterans and their dependents who may be eligible for various educational benefits. Student veterans, active duty, and dependents will need to go to the Veterans Education Office if they are receiving or interested in applying for VA educational benefits. For more information about the Veterans Education Office, click here.
The Testing Office is located in building 3300 in room 3334. If a student needs to take a math or English placement testing, they will need to go to the testing office. Before a student takes a placement test they need to apply to the college. Students will need to bring a photo ID. For more information about the Testing Office, click here.
The Counseling Center is located in building 3700 on the Oceanside Campus. The Counseling Center offers individualized academic, career, and personal counseling to assist both prospective and current students in developing their educational programs, coordinating their career and academic goals, and understanding graduation, major, certificate, and transfer requirements. Students can visit or call the office for appointments or drop-in times. For more information, click here.
Disabled Students Programs and Programs (DSPS)
MiraCosta Community College provides services and programs to students who have any of the following verified disabilities:
- Mobility Impairment
- Blind or Low Vision
- Deaf/Hearing Impairment
- Learning Disability
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Developmentally Delayed Learner
- Psychological Impairment
- Other Health Impairment
Students needing assistance, even on a temporary basis, are urged to make use of the Disabled Students Programs and Services. Click here, for more information about DSPS.
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state funded program designed to recruit and retain students who are economically, socially and educationally disadvantaged. EOPS assists students in the development of their potential ability through academic support and financial assistance. The services of EOPS are designed to give students individualized attention and support to improve their chances for success. To print an application to the program or get more information, click here.
MiraCosta College has a variety of student services that include but are not limited to the list below. For a complete list of all the student services departments, click here.
Student Services Departments
|Admissions and Records||3300||760.795.6626|
|Disabled Student Programs and Services||3000||760.795.6658|
|Tutoring and Academic Support||1200||760.795.6682|
|Veterans Education Office (Benefits)||3300||760.757.2121 ext. 6285|