This self-certification needs to be completed through the student’s Web Grants portal

Publicado em 04 de abril de 2022, por COMPMGG

This self-certification needs to be completed through the student’s Web Grants portal

In order to access this award, eligible students must self-certify their eligibility. T he California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) sent an email directly to all Single With Dependent (SWD) students explaining this process. Once the student has completed this self-certification, CSAC will notify SBCC and we will adjust the student’s award letter.

Please note funds are limited and receiving the award in the Fall does not guarantee it in the Spring

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  • Cal Grant A recipients (including those who have the award in a reserved status while they are attending a community college) are eligible to receive up to $6,000.
  • Cal Grant B recipients Access award is increased up to $6,018 (this amount is $12 less than in previous years due to reductions in state funding).
  • Cal Grant C recipients Books/Supplies award is increased up to $4,000.

The amount of the award is based enrollment on status (full-time, 3/4 time or half time). As with all Cal Grant programs, students can receive this award for a maximum of four years of full-time study (Foster Youth in the Cal Grant B program may receive up to 8 years of full-time study).

If you didn’t receive a Cal Grant for study at a community college, you may qualify for a Cal Grant Transfer Entitlement award to attend a four-year college.

???In addition to submitting the FAFSA or Dream Act Application before March 2nd, a school certified Grade Point Average (GPA) must be submitted to the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) by the filing deadlines, in order to be considered for a Cal Grant award:

Please note funds are limited and receiving the award in the Fall does not guarantee it in the Spring

  • March 2 Deadline for California Community Colleges, CSU’s, UC’s or eligible private colleges. It is for consideration of the Entitlement, the first competitive Cal Grant cycle, or Cal Grant C programs.
  • September 2 Deadline – is only for students who will be attending a California Community College (CCC). It is for the second competitive cycle

Please note: Students who have less than 16 completed college units are required to have their High School submit their GPA. An applicant who does not have a High School GPA or whose GPA is more than 5 years old may submit a test score from the General Educational Development Test (GED), the American College Test (ACT) or the SAT Reasoning Test (SATI), in order to be considered for a Cal grant Award.

Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) Policy for submitting GPA Records: SBCC automatically submits GPAs to the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) for California Resident/AB540 Students who meet the following criteria.

Please note funds are limited and receiving the award in the Fall does not guarantee it in the Spring

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  • Are currently attending/have attended classes at SBCC and their last semester was completed no later than 5 years from the GPA deadline date,
  • Have completed at least 16 transferable units.

Beginning in 2019-20 a new Cal Grant Access Award was created for Cal Grant A, B & C recipients who have dependents under https://getbadcreditloan.com/payday-loans-ny/hauppauge/ the age of 18 for whom they provide more than 50% support

Students identified as AB 540 Dreamer & Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) who meet the AB 540 requirements, will have other data matches submitted to CSAC such as address, date of birth, e-mail address, etc. in lieu of a social security number, along with their GPA by the March 2nd Deadline.

The SSCG is a financial aid program that helps you afford full-time enrollment so you can graduate, begin your career and start earning money sooner. AB540 students are eligible for SSCG.

Please note funds are limited and receiving the award in the Fall does not guarantee it in the Spring

  • 12-14 Units / semester = $649 ($1,298 per year)
  • 15+ Units / semester = $2,000 ($4,000 per year)

You are eligible for the SSCG if you are a full time student and a recipient of a Cal Grant B or C award.

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