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Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver


To apply for the Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver students must complete a FAFSA Application using school code 001119. If a student does not have an SSN due to an undocumented immigrant status they must complete the California Dream Application. This fee waiver is available to California Residents, students who qualify for AB540, and members of the military and their dependents. Residency is determined by Admissions and Records at the time of application. Eligibility for the fee waiver is based on income. There are three ways to qualify for the BOG:

1. BOG A: Students must submit documentation of monthly cash assistance from one of the following sources: TANF/CalWorks, SSI/SSP, General Assistance OR students must submit certification from California Department of VA/National Guard Adjutant General that they qualify for a dependent’s fee waiver OR students must submit documentation that they are a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a recipient, or a dependent of a victim of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack OR students must submit documentation that they are eligible as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement/fire suppression personnel killed in the line of duty.

2. BOG B: Students may qualify if they have a 0 EFC (Expected Family Contribution) as determined by the FAFSA or California Dream Application.

3. BOG C: Students who are not eligible for BOG A or BOG B, may qualify for BOG C if they have an unmet need of at least 1104. Unmet need is determined by subtracting all resources from the EFC (Expected Family Contribution) as determined by the FAFSA or California Dream Application.

 


California State Grants

 

Cal Grant B recipients may receive an annual award of $1551
Cal Grant C recipients may receive an annual award of $576

The California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) awards Cal Grants.

FOR ALL CAL GRANT PROGRAMS, NEW APPLICANTS MUST:

  • Submit the FAFSA
  • Be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident or eligible noncitizen
  • Be a California resident when graduated from high school
  • Have a social security number
  • Be enrolled at least half time and making satisfactory academic progress
  • Attend an eligible California School
  • Not be in default on any government loan or owe a refund on a state or federal grant
  • Complied with the Selective Services requirements if required to do so
  • Must NOT have a BA or BS degree
  • Meet the FAFSA postmarked deadline of March 2. Or if you plan to attend in the fall you have until September 2 to apply. However, the number of Cal Grant awards is limited. To maximize your opportunity to receive an award apply by March 2.

For additional Cal Grant eligibility information please visit the California Student Aid Commission/Cal Grants web site at http://www.calgrants.org/

To manage your Cal Grant and/or Chafee Grant account, please visit https://mygrantinfo.csac.ca.gov/logon.asp.

 

Federal Grant Eligibiity

Pell Eligibility:

  • Based on Expected Family Contribution (EFC) received from Department of Education
  • Up to $5,550 per aid year
  • Must NOT have a B.A/B.S. degree
  • FSEOG:

  • Pell Recipients get first priority
  • Based on Expected Family Contribution (EFC) received from Department of Education and having children that the student supports more than 50%
  • Must NOT have a B.S./B.A. degree
  • Up to $200 per semester
  • Due to a limited amount of funds, not all qualified students will receive FSEOG.
  • Federal Work Study:

  • Based on Expected Family Contribution (EFC) received from Department of Education
  • Awarded when student is hired for an eligible position
  • Up to 20 hours per week when classes are in session
  • $8.00 per hour
  • Federal Work Study is dependent upon funding. Federal Work Study positions are limited so apply early within the semester!

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