Emergency grants available for students affected by wildfires

The San Mateo County Community College Foundation has set up an emergency fund for SMCCCD students affected by wildfires. If you know of a student who has been displaced or who has otherwise been impacted by the recent fires, please direct them to this online form.

To qualify for emergency funding students must:

  1. Be enrolled in at least one unit for Fall 2020
  2. Be able to show that they live in an area affected by the fires (i.e. areas under current or recent evacuation orders)

The online form will remain active through the Fall 2020 fire season.

For employees who need emergency assistance due to wildfires, please contact your dean or supervisor for instructions on how to access emergency assistance.

If you are able, please consider a donation to the San Mateo County Community College Foundation fire relief fund.

For latest emergency information visit emergency.smccd.info.

COVID-19 Grading and Refund Information for Fall 2020 Courses

STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS
For all COVID-19 refundable drop and withdrawal dates, please refer to your WebSMART under Class Schedule Summary.  The following outlines what these dates include in terms of fee refunds and grading:

Last Refund: Drop with a full refund including material, health services fees.

Withdrawal/End Date: Refund Enrollment Fee and Non-Resident tuition through the last scheduled class day prior to exam week. 

After the last scheduled class day, only the enrollment fee will be refunded EXCEPT for Non-Resident and International.

Section Refund Date: Drop with a full refund including material, health services fees.

Last Day to Drop with a Section Refund: Refund of Enrollment Fee and Non-Resident Tuition only.  Material, health, and other fees will be refunded.

Last Day to Drop Without Appearing on Transcript: Refund of Enrollment Fee and Non-Resident Tuition only.  Material, health, and other fees will not be refunded.

Last Day to Change To Pass/No Pass Grading Option: No fee refund applies – see counselor before considering

Last Day to Withdrawal with an EW:  Refund Enrollment Fee and Non-Resident tuition through the last scheduled class day prior to exam week. 

After the last scheduled class day, only the enrollment fee, Non-Resident and International will refund.  The Non-Resident and International student tuition will stop refunding one month after the term end date.

FACULTY INSTRUCTIONS
For all Covid-19 Refundable Drop and Withdrawal dates, please refer to your WebSMART under Class List of Registered and Waitlisted Students.  The following outlines what these dates include in terms of fee refunds and grading:

Refund Date: Drop with a full refund including material, health services fees.

Last Withdrawal Date: Refund Enrollment Fee and Non-Resident tuition through the last scheduled class day prior to exam week.  The Non-Resident and International student tuition will stop refunding one month after the term end date.

End Date: After the last scheduled class day, only the enrollment fee, Non-Resident and International will refund.  The Non-Resident and International student tuition will stop refunding one month after the term end date.