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Eligibility

To be eligible for 2022-2023 Palomar Promise, applicants must:
  • Be a first-time college student (units earned through dual/concurrent enrollment are exempt)
  • Be a California resident or from an eligible exempt group (i.e. AB 540 or military dependent)
  • Complete, submit and have on record with Palomar College the Official 22-23 FAFSA or California Dream Act application; must include the Palomar College school code: 001260.
  • Complete the Palomar Promise application
  • Enroll full-time and maintain a 2.0 GPA
      • Students who have a disability which interferes with taking a full course load may be eligible for accommodations, including a waiver of the 12 unit requirement, through the Palomar College’s Disability Resource Center (DRC).

 

We are currently accepting applications for the Palomar Promise program for 2022-2023 academic year.

Eligible students must first apply to Palomar College. After receiving your Palomar SID, log on to your MyPalomar student portal (Student Center screen) to locate the Promise application. For more information on how to apply to Palomar Promise, click here.

*Promise students who are confirmed for Spring 2022 will receive a Promise Confirmation letter via their Palomar student email with information on when and how they can access their textbook credit via the Palomar College Bookstore.

 

 

Current Promise Students - Spring 2022 Skillshops are now available. Check out the Skillshops site for details and to register.

Continue to check your student email for updates.

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