Financial Aid Links

Date Updated:

05/03/16

Last updated by CCCCO SSP Contact:12-23-13

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Cal Grant Links

FAFSA FAQs

FAFSA Application Links

  FAFSA Resources for Counselors

  Cal Grant Links

  1. California Student Aid Commission. (CSAC)
  2. Cal Grants. (CalGrants)
  3. Cal Grant Application (calgrantapplication)
  4. Cal Grant Application Process. (CSAC)
  5. Cal Grant Criteria. (CalGrantApplication)
  6. Cal Grant GPA Requirements, Verificaiton Information, and more... (CSAC)

    FAFSA Application Links

  1. 7 Common FAFSA Mistakes. (Print date: 1/6/14). (ed.gov)
  2. BOGG Fee Waiver Form.  (cccapply)
  3. Federal Student Aid Application. (fafsa)
  4. Llenar su FAFSA (File your FAFSA in Spanish). Steps to follow before, during and after filing an online FAFSA Application in Spanish. (fafsa)
  5. Print a Paper Copy of The FAFSA (English). (fafsa)
  6. Opciones de presentaciĆ³n de la FAFSA (Spanish). (fafsa)

  FAFSA FAQs

  1. FAFSA Help. (studentaid)
  2. Steps and facts for FSA. (icanaffordcollege)
  3. Understanding Grants & Loans FAQs. (studentaid)

  FAFSA Resources for Counselors Links

  1.  Expected Family Contribution (EFC) Formula by Award Year.  (ifap)
  2. Chaffey Grant for Foster Youth. (chaffey.csac)
  3. College Board Codes. The College Board codes are needed when the student registers for SAT Program tests or send score reports to colleges and scholarship programs. These codes can be found from the online registration or score sending screens as well as in the tool below.  TCW has also posted the College Board Code for each CSU and UC on the CSU Campuses and UC Campuses pages. (sat.collegeboard)
  4. FAFSA Application Deadlines. (fafsa)
  5. Federal School Codes. (also known as a Title IV Institution Code) is required for each college or university to which the student is applying in order to complete the FAFSA. The Federal School Code is a six-character code that begins with a 0 (zero), G, B, or E. Be careful to use the correct Title IV code on the FAFSA, because some schools have several codes to designate different programs or campuses. (finaid)
  6. Financial Aid Assistance Programs Report. Published August 2012.(CCCCO)
  7. Financial Aid Toolkit. (financialaidtoolkit) 
  8. Fafsa4 Counselors & Mentors Handbook.  2014/15. (fafsa4counselors.ed.gov)