Thursday, September 27, 2012

Job opportunity...

Are you 18-24?  Are you English/Spanish bilingual?
Are you enrolled in at least 6 college units? 
Are you looking for part time employment with GREAT pay?  
If so, contact Jenna at FTTW for more information.  
Our number is 831-479-6344.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Attention Health Career Students!

  • Are you planning a career in the health occupations?
  • Would you like to learn about career opportunities, develop your leadership skills and gain hands-on experience with patients at Dominican Hospital?
  • Have you taken at least one pre-requisite course for an Allied Health program, OR, completed at least 3 transfer level courses with a GPA of 3.0 or better?
You may be eligible THIS YEAR for a scholarship and internship in the Health Career Academy and Scholarship Program.

Offered by Dominican Hospital and Cabrillo College, the program is designed for students with demonstrated academic success and clear goals of choosing a career path in the health occupations. Students from under-represented minorities are encouraged to apply. Scholarship support of $3,000 will be awarded to successful participants.

Beginning October 2012, students will receive instruction about health career opportunities. During Spring 2013 semester, they will participate in 240 hours of clinical internship in the Health and Rehabilitation Department at Dominican Hospital and at the Santa Cruz Rotacare clinic. APPLY NOW!!

Friday, September 28, 2012 at NOON

From the Cabrillo Home Page, go to Admissions and then to Financial Aid. Scroll down on the left to Scholarship Binder. Look for #17, Health Career Academy and Scholarship Program.

For program information: Email Debora Bone,

Friday, September 7, 2012

Drop Deadlines

September 7 is the last day to drop a full-term section in person and receive a reversal of charges or refund of enrollment, transportation fees, or student activity card fee.

September 8 is the last day to drop a full-term section online and receive a reversal of charges or refund of enrollment, transportation fees, or student activity card fee.

September 9 is the last day to drop a full-term section without receiving a "W" grade. Financial Aid awards are permanent for the semester, based upon enrollment on September 10, the census date.

September 10 is the census date for full term Fall courses.

Just as it is your responsibility to register yourself for a class, it is also your responsibility to drop a class when you decide not to continue. The timing of a drop makes a difference in whether or not you owe the college for a course you registered for or if you will receive a refund. It could also impact your financial aid and may limit your ability to receive aid in the future.

Dropping so you can take this class next semester? Careful: Effective Summer 2012 you will be allowed ONLY three attempts to successfully pass a course and will then be unable to take it again at Cabrillo. Learn more about this new State regulation and what it might mean to you.

If you have made the decision not to continue in a class, drop your class on WebAdvisor by September 8th which is the last day to drop a class online and receive a refund.  After that point, the add/drop feature is turned off and charges incurred will remain, including those who are subsequently dropped by faculty on the census date.

If you are not yet certain if you are going to drop a course, keep in mind that Financial Aid will not make adjustments to financial aid awards beyond the census date.

See Admissions & Records: Drop a Course for more information.