Spring 2013 resource guide by Diablo Valley College

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financial aid and other support programs financial aid and other support programs federal supplemental educational opportunity grant fseog the dvc financial aid office offers a broad range of financial aid programs including fee waiver grants work-study and other forms of aid to help close the gap between student resources and academic expenses the office provides information and support to help students determine which federal and state financial aid programs they may be eligible for over nine million dollars in financial aid is awarded to eligible students annually interested students should go to the financial aid eops or scholarship offices at the pleasant hill campus for more information and applications in san ramon students can visit the west lobby the learning commons or the admissions and records office students may also visit www.dvc.edu/financialaid grants board of governors’ fee waiver this is a california state program that waives enrollment fees this waiver does not have to be repaid eligibility students must be residents of california meet income standards or demonstrate financial need as determined by the free application for federal student aid fafsa how to apply complete a fafsa online at www.fafsa.gov students may also complete a board of governor’s waiver bogw application which is available in the financial aid office or online at www.cccapply.org the bogw form must be submitted to the financial aid office for processing federal pell grant students may receive a pell grant as determined by the department of education this grant does not have to be repaid eligibility students must demonstrate financial need as deter­mined by the fafsa and com­ply with the college’s financial aid satisfactory academic progress policy how to apply complete a fafsa online at www.fafsa.ed.gov notification upon completion of any additional requirements eli­gible students are mailed an award letter 12 student resource guide 2012-13 these funds are limited this grant does not have to be repaid eligibility students must be eligible for a pell grant and demon­strate a need for additional money to meet the cost of their education students must comply with the college’s financial aid satisfactory academic progress policy how to apply complete a fafsa online at www.fafsa.gov fseog funds are lim­ited and priority is given to students who complete and submit the fafsa before the march 2nd priority dead­ line if available remaining funds will be allocated to other eligible applicants meeting the priority deadline of march 2 means that students will have priority for receiving the grant however applications are accepted as long as funds are available notification eligible students are mailed an award letter cal grant there are three main types of cal grants a b and c cal grant a can be used for fees and tuition at four-year public and private colleges not community colleges cal grant b provides low-income students with a living allowance and assistance with tuition and fees the maximum a commu­nity college student can receive in one year through cal grant b is $1,551 cal grant c helps pay tuition and training costs for career/technical courses to a maximum of $576 for two years eligibility students must be residents of california demonstrate fi­ nancial need and maintain certain academic standards they must also comply with the college’s financial aid satisfactory academic progress policy how to apply complete a fafsa and submit a certified gpa verification form to the state of california the gpa verification form must be completed and postmarked by march 2 and/or september 2 the gpa verification form is available in the financial aid office notification eligible students are mailed award letters from the state of california and the college diablo valley college