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Financial Aid Programs

Program Requirements and Deadlines

Program EligibilityRequirements Annual Awards Up to ApplicationDeadlines Forms Required More Information
Cal Grant B Undergraduates $1,648 March 2 and September 2 FAFSA, www.fafsa.gov,verified GPA,

www.calgrants.org

2.0 high school GPA,financial need
Cal Grant C Career and Technical Students $3,168 March 2 and September 2 FAFSA,Cal Grant C

Supplement Form

www.calgrants.org

Financial need
Federal Pell Grant Undergraduates $5,730 Last day of attendance FAFSA www.fafsa.gov Financial need according to your Expected Family Contribution and Cost Of Attendance
Federal SupplementalEducational Opportunity

Grant (FSEOG)

Undergraduates $4,000 Priority Deadline – First Come First Serve FAFSA www.fafsa.gov Financial need according to your Expected Family Contribution and Cost Of Attendance
California CommunityCollege Board of

Governors Fee Waiver (BOGGFW

California CommunityCollege students and California

Resident

Waives enrollment fees Applications acceptedthroughout the year -FAFSA or paper fee waiver application-California Dream App (AB 540 students) -Financial need-Special qualification eligibility

-Income verification or demonstrates $1,104 of need.

-AB 540 students eligible beginning Spring 2013

California Chafee Grant You are or were in foster care between ages 16-18-Demonstrate financial need

-Not yet age 2

$5,000 for job training or college in addition to any other state or federal aid you receive

- Chafee Grantapplication available at

www.chafee.csac.

ca.gov

-Priority selection for

Award

-FAFSA- Does not require a Social Security number

- Must stay in school and maintain good grades

- Must be enrolled at least half time

- Need analysis report

- Confirmation of eligible foster care

www.chafee.csac.ca.gov-Call 1-888-224-7268
Federal Work-Study Undergraduate Varies
Priority Deadline – First Come First Serve FAFSA Demonstrate financial need; depends on your college’s available funds
Stafford Loans – Subsidized Enrolled at least half-time Dependent Student  $5,500 – $6,500Independent Student  $9,500 – $10,500 Last day of attendance FAFSA,  Loan counseling,  Master promissory note Demonstrate financial need.
Stafford Loans – Unsubsidized Enrolled at least half-time Dependent Student  $9,000Independent Student -$13,000 Last day of attendance FAFSA,  Loan counseling,  Master promissory note Non-need base

 

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