Salinas Valley Promise Frequently Asked Questions
Summer/Fall 2022 Registration:
Submit proof of COVID-19 Vaccination OR request for medical or religious exemption.
For more information, hartnell.edu/vax
Any high school or adult school student who has graduated from a local high school or adult school in the Hartnell Community College District and enrolls in college for the first time as a full-time (12 units or more per semester*) student. Students must have applied for financial aid through either the FAFSA (https://fafsa.ed.gov/https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa) or California Dream Act Application (https://dream.csac.ca.gov/) in order to qualify for the Salinas Valley Promise.
*Students enrolled in fewer than 12 units may be eligible for SVP when eligible for a reduced course load as a Department of Supportive Programs and Services (DSPS) accommodation
The Student Success Seminar is a requirement to be eligible for Salinas Valley Promise. It is a course or institute that will help first year students navigate college, get connected with caring staff/faculty, learn about resources, and how to be a successful Hartnell student.
The Student Success Seminar can be completed one of three ways:
If I have a disability, and am eligible for accommodations and services through the Department of Supportive Programs and Services (DSPS), can I also apply for the Salinas Valley Promise in a semester?
Enrollment Fees & Financial Aid
Here is a list of local high schools and adult schools in the Hartnell Community College District: https://www.hartnell.edu/promise/svp_localschools.html