The Skyline College Division of Student Equity and Support Programs (SESP) has launched a one-time Emergency Grant Program to assist students affected by COVID-19. SESP is committed to addressing the inequities and injustices students face and improving their lives and educational experiences. As such, this emergency grant program is funded to assist SESP students with unplanned financial expenses such as housing, technology, food instability, transportation challenges, income inequity or changes due to COVID-19.

Am I eligible?

To be considered an eligible candidate for the SESP Grant, students must:

  • Be in good academic standing
  • Be enrolled at Skyline College as their Home College
  • Be a member of EOPS/CARES, CalWORKS, DRC, Guardian Scholars Program or TRiO
  • Upon approval, students will receive a grant between $500 and $1,000, distributed through the Skyline College Office of Financial Aid.

How do I apply:

SESP Emergency Grant Application is currently closed.

Please contact SESP Program for question or more information