|A variety of resources to
support you in your education are available at Palomar College.
Take a look at some of the academic support,
financial support, and
social support listed below.
resources include a computer lab with Internet
access, career search databases, career library, and
job search tools.
Located in SU-17.
English as a Second Language Tutoring
Instructional support for students whose first language is not
English. Located in A-13.
English Writing Center
Writing Center comprises a computer classroom
and a drop-in computer lab
with Writing Consultants who can help your with your
writing assignments. Located in BE-1.
Designed to deliver linked courses that create communities of
learners who develop a deeper commitment to learning and achieve
greater academic success than students who enroll in
Math Learning Center
Free math tutoring or extra practice on
the computer. Located in E2.
Offers materials and resources to help student with reading
skills. Located in RC-1.
Hub for STEM supplemental
instruction, tutoring, and workshops. Located in NS 312.
Teaching and Learning Center (TLC)
A multifunctional space for students and faculty to use and
exchange ideas. Students can ask questions, utilize
tutoring, counseling, or workshops. Located in Escondido.
San Marcos location coming soon!
Specialized information about transferring to a
university. Located in SSC.
Tutoring at the STAR Center
available to all
Palomar College students. Located in LL-105.
Resource Center (DRC)
Services are available for students with physical,
learning, vision, hearing, communication and psychological
For local graduating high school
seniors, get an early start to enrolling in college. Take
advantage of a face-to-face orientation, one-on-one advising,
and priority registration.
Counseling services are available for California
residents who are economically, socially, and educationally
First Year Experience (FYE)
Provides a math summer bridge for
those placing into Math 15, embedded tutors in some courses, and
learning communities with math, English, reading, and
counseling. In connection with HSI/BSI.
Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)
Designed to assist Palomar College in increasing the number of
STEM Bachelor's degrees. Provides supplemental
instruction, tutoring, and workshops. In connection with HSI.
A 3-4 week, non-credit program whose goal is to assist dedicated
new, continuing, and returning students in improving their
skills in English, ESL, and/or math, while receiving instruction
in reading and counseling. At the end of the program,
students will have an opportunity to be re-assessed for English
Counseling services are available for
first-generation college students and/or low income
students and/or students with
disabilities. For more information, go to the web site or call (760) 744-1150 x2761.
California Dream Act
Brief Info on the Dream Act
Palomar Summary of Dream Act
Begin by completing
FAFSA, then look at the
FA web site for
additional information. Check out the
Financial aid videos for more help.
FA outside scholarships
CCCO List of Scholarships
Scholarships by month,
25 Great Scholarships for Students
Scholarship Search Engine
Gene Jackson Loan
temporarily cover an unexpected expense.
The program provides a loan up to $50.00 to students who
meet minimum criteria.
Palomar Foundation Textbook Assistance
Look for the Palomar Foundation tent near the AA/ST building the
week before the semester starts. Apply for a $200 credit
Counseling services are available for potential and
Deferred Action for
Resources and information for eligible undocumented youth.
Currently enrolled students who have paid their
Health Services Fee qualify for free nurse and
Part of PC3H, a place for LGBT students and allies to meet and
support each other. Located in ST-72.
Organized by location, a list of clinics, mental health
services, housing/shelter resources and more.
ASG, academic, cultural, and interests clubs for
A place for veterans to meet other Veterans for peer
support. Located in SU-22.