Who can get Financial Aid? Criteria for Eligibility: A US citizen or an eligible non-citizen. Male students, 18-26 years old, who are registered with Selective Service. A student who is attending a school that takes part in one or more of the financial aid programs. A student who is enrolled at least half-time; or, in some cases, even less. A student who is working toward a degree or certificate. A student who is making satisfactory academic progress as defined by the Del Mar College Financial Aid Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy. A student who does not owe a refund on any Title IV Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, or Federal State Student Incentive Grant or any other Higher Education Grant Program received at any institution previously attended. A student who is not in default on any Title IV Federal Perkins Loan, Federal Stafford Student Loan, Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (FPLUS), Federal Supplemental Loan to Students (FSLS), Federal Direct Student Loan, or any institution previously attended. Financial aid will be awarded only to students whose files are complete in both the Office of Admissions and Registrar and the Financial Aid Services. A student will need to have a high school diploma, its recognized equivalent (GED), or have been home schooled. Did You Know?Serving Hispanic StudentsAccording to the Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, Del Mar College consistently ranks among the top fifty community colleges in the nation granting Associate degrees to Hispanic students.