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Folsom Lake College CalWORKs

What is CalWORKs?

CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) is a statewide public assistance program that provides cash aid and services to eligible families that have a child(ren) in the home.

What is FLC CalWORKs program? 

Folsom Lake College's CalWORKs program is an on-campus student support program that provides well-rounded, high-quality service, care and advocacy to all program-eligible students and their families at all three of the college's locations:  Folsom (main campus), El Dorado Center and Rancho Cordova Center.   

Eligibilty requirements:

  • Enrolled in a minimum of one unit at Folsom Lake College 
  • Currently receiving cash aid (adult and dependent) from one of California's 58 counties.  Verified through the submission of the LRCCD CalWORKs Aid Verification Form (valid only with signature, date, and stamp from a County Worker/Employment Advisor) 

Program Mission:

The mission of Folsom Lake College's CalWORKs program is to support students' successful navigation of their pathway to life-long self-sufficiency and economic security through education, equity and empowerment.