Financial Aid

Welcome to Financial Aid Office at Chabot College!

Chabot College Financial Aid Office is dedicated to helping students pursue their education by awarding fee waivers, grants, and other aid to assist with educational costs!

Important Update on 2024-25 FAFSA/CA Dream Act Processing and Fee Waivers
We will begin processing your 2024-2025 FAFSA/CA Dream Act and summer CCPG fee waivers by early June. We apologize for the delays and appreciate your patience as we navigate through the changes with the Department of Education's FAFSA Simplification implementations.




Building & room Location: Building 700, 1st Floor
 PhonePhone: 510.723.6748

For privacy, the Financial Aid Office conducts all student communications through Zonemail.

Federal School Code: 001162

Office will be CLOSED on:

  • June 19, 2024, Thursday: Juneteenth (Holiday)
  • July 4, 2024, Thusday: Independence Day (Holiday)
Summer Hours
(Jun 3 - Aug 2)
Day In-Person Hours

9am – 4pm


9am – 4pm


9am – 1pm

3pm - 6pm


9am – 4pm



*Hours are subject to change without notice.


Financial Aid Steps

Steps to apply for financial aid

Review the Steps

Types of Aid

Grants, loans, scholarships and more

See Types of Aid

Dates and Deadlines

See important dates and deadlines



 Access the FAFSA or CA Dream Act Forms

See the Forms

Black Lives Matter words

The Financial Aid Office of Chabot College stands with our Black students, classified professionals, faculty, administrators and members of our community in condemning racial injustice, institutionalized racism, and inequalities for all marginalized communities.

Racism and discrimination of any kind have no place in our communities or on our campus.  Our office is taking time to reflect on our own roles and opportunities to further our awareness of racial injustices and inequities, our own unconscious biases, and what we can do to affect positive change.

The Financial Aid Office is here for our Black students, and wants to provide them with available resources to support their holistic needs, in addition to financial aid support. We want students to have the financial resources to succeed in their education, and know that they are valued members of our community. We aspire to be a place on campus and for the community where all people are not simply welcomed, but appreciated and celebrated.

To support all of our students during this time, college resources and community resources are available.

Black lives matter. Your lives matter.


stop AAPI hate


The Financial Aid Office at Chabot College stands with our Asian, Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students, classified professionals, faculty, administrators and members of our community. We condemn hate, violence and targeted attacks against people of Asian-descent, especially in the wake of the global pandemic.

AAPI communities have recently and throughout history experienced exclusion, violence and institutionalized oppression that continue today as we have seen with the recent murders of 6 women of Asian-descent in Georgia. We send our condolences to the friends and loved ones of the victims of these horrific attacks across the country and in the Bay Area. Anti-Asian attacks have no place in our communities and at our campus. 

Our office is committed to supporting, honoring and respecting the lives and experiences of AAPI communities. We will reflect on our own biases, practices and actions that may cause harm to AAPI communities on our campus and beyond. We stand in solidarity with and offer our unconditional support to AAPI community members at Chabot College. We encourage everyone to become familiar with and share the resources made available by Chabot's Asian Pacific Islander Education Association (APIEA) 

The Financial Aid Office advocates for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility, and Belonging.

Read our Full Statement