CalWORKs Resources

Find helpful on-and off-campus resources here to help you succeed in the CalWORKs program.

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This registration toolbox is your one-stop-shop for registration assistance.

Our goal is to provide you with the guidance you need to complete all the necessary steps to enroll. There are two methods to register for classes. Please select the process with which you are most familiar.

Registration Toolbox


This guide walks students through the process of paying their student fees online through MyECC. Pay online 24 hours per day at MyECC.

Pay Your Fees Online Handout


A monthly newsletter featuring free off-campus events for families and CalWORKs resources/updates. Click the link below for more information.

August 2023 Newsletter 

September 2023 Newsletter 


Workshops are offered throughout the semester and are available to all CalWORKs students. These workshops cover topics that empower parenting students with the information and resources necessary to reach their academic, career, and personal goals. All workshops are free and some may require registration. Click the link below for more information!

Fall 2023 CalWORKs Virtual & In-Person Activities


This flyer provides you with an overview of CalWORKs program eligibility requirements, services, and more.

CalWORKs Program Flyer 


This document provides dates and deadlines for GAIN Form submission, program events and activities, priority registration, drop dates, application filing periods for transfer and more.

Fall 2023 CalWORKs Important Dates & Deadlines 


Harriet Buhai provides legal assistance and education to low-income community college students for family-law and/or domestic violence disputes, with an emphasis on those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Services include:

  • Domestic Violence Cases
  • Child Custody Cases
  • Child Visitation 
  • Divorce 
  • Child Support (Collecting or Paying)
  • Spousal Support (Alimony)
  • Paternity 
  • Division of Community Property

To use this service, please email 

Rainbow Services provides shelter and support to students impacted by domestic violence, empowering them to move beyond trauma, towards safety & stability.

Survivor services include:

  • 24-Hour Crisis Line
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Transitional Housing
  • Community Housing
  • Supportive Services
  • Individual Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • Children’s Services
  • Legal Services
    • Family law
    • Child custody and support
    • Retraining/protective orders
    • Immigration
    • Landlord/Tenant

To use this free service, please email 

This guide will take students and faculty through all off-campus accessible Library resources. You can go here to take a short survey to participate in the Laptop Loan program, learn how to return any pending library books, and much more.

Library Services


Remote academic coaching services are available to all CalWORKs students.

Schedule your appointment and get step-by-step Canvas navigation assistance, learn new study skills, and much more by chatting with one of our Student Success coaches.

EOPS Services


In need of a laptop this semester? Please go to the Study Center on the second floor of the library to check out laptops and calculators. Laptop supplies are limited and not guaranteed.

Learn More About the Technology Loan Program


The Warrior Pantry offers healthy food items and toiletries to students to help them succeed in their classwork without distractions caused by food insecurity. The Pantry is currently offering drive-thru and walk-up distribution service. 


  • Tuesdays and Thursdays,  10:00 am - 3:00 pm (Storefront in the Stadium Room)
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm (Drive Through in Lot C-South)
  • Wednesdays, 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm (Storefront in the Stadium Room)
  • Walk-up distribution in the Stadium Room (above the bookstore)
  • Drive-thru pick up is located in Parking Lot C - South (between Parking Lot C and the Bookstore Building)

Learn More About the Warrior Pantry


El Camino has created the Warrior Emergency Grant to support students who may need additional financial support due to an emergency. The Warrior Emergency Grant committee determines eligibility and notifies applicants of its decision within 14 business days. The maximum award amount will be determined as requests for assistance continue to be accepted.

Warrior Emergency Grant


Student Health Services invites all of the ECC campus community to join their FREE virtual workshops featuring short films, mindfulness activities, and panel discussions with students and mental health resources.

Student Health Services