This federally funded program (Perkins V) provides assistance for the following:
- individuals with disabilities
- individuals from disadvantaged families
- single parents
- single pregnant women
- displaced homemakers
- individuals with other barriers to education including those with limited English proficiency
- students who are in programs that are non-traditional for their gender Nontraditional program participation
- students who are homeless
- students who are in the foster care system or have aged out of the foster care system
- students having a parent who is a member of the armed forces and on active duty
Books, child care, tuition assistance, and transportation assistance may be provided to qualified students.
Students who are interested must complete a Special Populations Application, meet eligibility qualifications, and maintain specific academic standards. This program is administered by the Special Populations Coordinator’s Office located in Building M300 on the Main Campus. Please contact the Special Populations Coordinator for more information.
Funded by the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V).