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Fee Deferral
Any student whose tuition is deferred via the Guardian Scholars that subsequently drop from their classes may be also be responsible for tuition of each class.
 
Academic Progress Report (APR):
A mid-semester progress report will be required each term. A copy of APR needs to be submitted by date determined each semester whether or not you’re in EOPS or not.

Tutoring “Student Success Center”:
The Student Success Center offers tutoring for a variety of subjects. Students will be asked to attend the Student Success Center if they meet the following:
  1. If at any time a student falls below an overall GPA of 2.0 at the semester ends grades the student will be asked to link with the Student Success Center/Writing Center/Math Center for a minimum of one hour per subject.
  2. If a student submits unsatisfactory grades the student will be asked to link with the Student Success Center/Writing Center/Math Center for a minimum of one hour per subject.
  3. Contact them at: (714) 432-5559 Located in C&L 103A
    *Hours to be tracked via Guardian Scholars.

Book Costs:
Guardian Scholars can pay for book costs related to a student’s educational goals only, unless otherwise approved by a Guardian Scholars Specialist.


Book return:
Any student who drops a class without meeting with a GS counselor, or fails a class must return ALL books up to the amount given by Guardian Scholars. Failing to do so can result a loss of future book benefits. If the student would like to retake the class, the book must still be returned and Guardian Scholars will provide funding the following semester.
 
Guardian Scholar Probation:
Generally, probation would begin the semester following academic or financial probation for Orange Coast College. Guardian scholars will continue funding one semester AFTER formal probation as long as students demonstrate progress to earning a 2.0 or above (and no “W’s”).
 
Children’s Trust Fund: “CTF” Eligible Youth:
Children’s Trust Fund is a scholarship given by the Orangewood Children’s Foundation and is awarded to current and former foster youth who were dependents of Orange County. Grant amount determined by total number of units enrolled/completed within the annual grant period. (July 1st- June 30th) Students are expected submit their applications and follow up with their status prior to the deadline. Applications are due 30 days after the first day of class.

Please refer to the Orangewood Children’s Foundation website for specific details.
www.orangewoodfoundation.org

Steve Liapis
CTF Advisor
sliapis@orangewoodfoundation.org

Liz Rubio
CTF Coordinator
lrubio@orangewoodfoundation.org