The MiraCosta Promise will provide a year of college without fees and funding toward textbooks and instructional supplies to eligible students who commit to Promise requirements. The MiraCosta Promise is funded from a variety of current resources and private donations to the MiraCosta College Foundation.
In order to be eligible for the MiraCosta Promise, a participant must:
Students who complete the eligibility requirements will be automatically considered for the MiraCosta Promise
Eligible students who are interested in participating in the MiraCosta Promise must:
For more information about the MiraCosta Promise, contact the Financial Aid Office at 760.795.6711 or email. firstname.lastname@example.org .
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The MiraCosta College Student Guide is issued annually and lists credit courses offered by subject, semester (fall/spring/summer) and by time of day (day/evening/hybrid). Class details for the current semester, including meeting days/time, instructor, campus/room number, may be viewed online through SURF .
The MiraCosta College Community Education Bulletin is issued three times a year (fall, spring, and summer) and includes listings and descriptions of fee-based noncredit classes for work skills, health education, personal enrichment, children and teens, workshops and excursions.
The MiraCosta College Continuing Education Schedule is issued twice a year (summer/fall and spring) and includes listings and descriptions of free noncredit classes for adult high school , English as a second language , citizenship , parenting, short-term vocational, CISCO Networking Academy , and special courses for seniors .
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