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Find Your Pathway

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Roadmap to a Degree

Coming Soon, reccommended pathways to earn a degree/certificate.

Find Your Pathway
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Degrees & Certificates

Explore the different degrees and certificates offered at Mission.

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Transfer Students

Mission has transfer agreements with UCs, CSUs and others


Pay for College
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Financial Aid Steps

Step by step instructions on applying for Financial Aid (FAFSA) or the California Dream Act.

Financial Aid Steps
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Mission College has a number of scholarships to help you pay for college. See which you qualify for,

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Mission Promise

Mission Promise waives tuition fees and gives students up to $1000 for your first year at Mission.


Educational Support

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Hotspot/Laptop Loans

Students with connectivity issues can receive free wifi and/or laptop loans to use while at Mission.

WiFi & Laptops
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Support Programs

See your eligibility based on need, first time in college, veteran status or other important categories.

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Emergency Funding

Life happens, that is why Mission has emergency assistance funding to help keep you in school.