Welcome VC Veterans, Active Duty and Military Families! Thank You for Your Service!

Financial Aid Services for Veteran students

Students can reach the Financial Aid Office through phone, email, online chat, or by visiting our office in person, located in the BCS Building. 


Get help applying for Financial Aid when you have experienced a change in student or spouse income

  • Review your financial aid application for special financial circumstances due to changes in income
  • Loss of income due to separation from military, loss of employment or change in employment
  • Change in income 


Get help with with your Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Appeal 

  • Assistance with completing and submitting Financial Aid Appeals due to GPA, Unit Completion or Maximum Time Frame


Get help selecting your refund preference with BankMobile Disbursements


  • Understanding your financial aid offer letter and your financial aid refunds

  • Setting up your refund preference with BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc. to receive Financial Aid refunds



We are here to help!

Financial Aid Services at the VC Veterans Resource Center

A financial aid representative will be available at VC Veterans Resource Center on the following dates, from 1:00 pm. to 3:00 pm or get help anytime at the Financial Aid Office. 

February 22

March 21

April 18 

May 23

June 27




Veterans Liaison

Claudia Solorzano, Financial Aid Specialist

(805) 289-6575 / claudia_solorzano1@vcccd.edu


Resources for Students

Ventura College Student Emergency Grant (VCSEG) and the Jordana Ybarra-Telias Emergency Grant - A grant to support current students or a veteran attending Ventura College and facing temporary financial hardship because of an emergency or crisis.

VCemergency.com - Stay informed with local updates about the Coronavirus here in Ventura County.

California Community College Health & Wellness - Emotional Wellness + COVID-19:  Resources to help students support their mental health, physical health, basic needs, and wellness.

211 - Get Connected. Get Help - Virtual services providing expert and caring help.

The Hope Center: For College, Community, and Justice - Resources for Students

The Hope Center: For College, Community, and Justice (COVID-19) - Surviving COVID-19: A #RealCollege Guide for Students

United Way: Recovery Response to COVID-19 or call (866) 211-9966.