Women's Educational Success (WES) provides a safety net to Cabrillo College students who have an emergency expense, such as a textbook, car repair, or childcare. Students receive this aid within two weeks. More than 100 students each year receive grants up to $750 that help them to stay in school.
Our annual WES luncheon is September 10, 2121 and will be held online via Zoom — please join us!
The President’s Circle offers an opportunity to join a distinguished group of alumni and friends whose annual support of $1,000 or more makes a crucial difference to our students.
Each year, President’s Circle members support the Cabrillo Foundation operations and enable the foundation to raise money to support scholarships, faculty and departments at Cabrillo.
Scholarships help our students make the cost of attending Cabrillo more affordable. We awarded $953,086 to students last year!Learn More
Setting up an estate plan that includes Cabrillo College is easy. You can specify the area you want to support or leave your gift unrestricted so it can go toward the areas of greatest need. We are here to assist you in planning your financial future to achieve the greatest benefit to you, your family, and Cabrillo College.
The Cabrillo Advancement Program (CAP) mentors local middle and high school students with the aim of helping them get to college.Learn More
We are awarding $500 grants for students impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. These grants are made possible thanks to generous donors in the community. They are not loans and will not need to be repaid. It is our hope that this helps our students through this difficult time and that you are able to continue your studies at Cabrillo.