Skyline College has moved to fully online instruction and student support from Tuesday, March 17 - Sunday, April 5th as part of the SMCCCD's emergency response for the health and safety of the community. The programs, supports, and functions of EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs/Guardian Scholars Program will be available to you via virtual formats including: email, ZOOM video appointments, CANVAS, and phone when appropriate. We are here to support you during this time and will respond to all communications in as timely a manner as possible.

Student Equity and Support Programs will be providing equity related services from 8:00 - 2:00, every Monday through Friday.

Office will be closed on Tuesday, March 31 as the César Chávez holiday.

The Skyline College CalWORKs program provides assistance to continuing or new students who are receiving TANF/CalWORKs (Cash Aid) benefits.

Services for eligible students include:

  • Academic Counseling, Priority Registration, Welfare to Work Advocacy and workshops for personal and professional development.
  • Liaison with county social services regarding welfare-to-work plans and mandated hours, referrals to on-off campus programs and community based-services.
  • On campus work-study opportunities while pursuing an educational goal. Students gain valuable work-based knowledge and skills.
  • Transportation and educational supplies assistance. Other resources include calculator loan, reference textbooks, and ancillary educational expenses.
  • Additional services include career and personal counseling and a safe and confidential environment for welfare-to-work transitional students.

Office Hours & Location

Mon - Thu: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Fri: 8:00am - 12:00pm

Building 2, Second Floor
Email: allen@smccd.edu
Phone: 650-738-4315

The Skyline College CalWORKs program provides assistance to continuing or new students who are receiving TANF/CalWORKs (Cash Aid) benefits.

Services for eligible students include:

  • Academic Counseling, Priority Registration, Welfare to Work Advocacy and workshops for personal and professional development.
  • Liaison with county social services regarding welfare-to-work plans and mandated hours, referrals to on-off campus programs and community based-services.
  • On campus work-study opportunities while pursuing an educational goal. Students gain valuable work-based knowledge and skills.
  • Transportation and educational supplies assistance. Other resources include calculator loan, reference textbooks, and ancillary educational expenses.
  • Additional services include career and personal counseling and a safe and confidential environment for welfare-to-work transitional students.

How to Apply

To discuss your eligibility for the Skyline College CalWORKs Program, please contact
Linda Allen, Interim Program Services Coordinator, at  allen@smccd.edu or at (650) 738-4315.