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COVID-19: Emergency Student Aid Appeal

To help meet emerging student needs, please donate to our Emergency Aid Funds: The Friends of Chabot College Fund and the Chabot Academic Senate Fund. Your donation is tax-deductible. Examples of what funds may be used for include:

  • 200-$250 pays for a student Chromebook
  • $9.99/month pays for a Wi-fi internet subscription
  • Basic needs, such as food and living expenses

If you are interested in donating a laptop, please email The Friends of Chabot College: Once received, the District's Information Technology Services will scrub the device before distributing to a student.

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Chabot College Administration of Justice Department

The Chabot College Administration of Justice Department is an academic and career technical educational program committed to helping students maximize their opportunities for college and career success. We provide support to students pursuing a variety of pathways, including students from underserved and marginalized communities. We are in need of support in order to continue assisting students with educational and professional development. This assistance includes provision of textbooks, transportation, field-trips, and staffing. You can help us serve our students with a gift of any amount. Your gift is tax-deductible.

Thank you in advance for your consideration!

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Matching Donation Opportunity! Hispanic-serving Institutions Endowment Fund

The U.S Department of Education’s Developing Hispanic-serving Institutions Grant is providing a dollar-for-dollar match for all contributions made to this fund, supporting activities such as: El Centro, a Latino-friendly, one-stop resource center for students and their families; professional development that supports culturally relevant teaching and learning; and student scholarships.

Close the Funding Gap

Chabot College Academic Senate Fund for Emergency Aid

These funds will provide aid to Chabot students who encounter unforeseen circumstances such as theft, sudden financial hardship, changes in family circumstances, etc., that prevent the student from being successful or continuing with their education.

Funds may be used to cover basic needs such as housing, food, car repair, transportation, etc. Priority will be given to students but funds are available for Faculty and Classified Professionals encountering extreme circumstances (e.g., homelessness, etc.).