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Federal Student Aid -
Federal Pell Grants are available to undergraduate students, and graduate students in a teaching credential program may also qualify. Grants do not have to be repaid.
State of California (State Sponsored Grants)
Enrollment Fee Waiver
Students may be eligible to receive a waiver of the per unit fees charged for enrollment. The waiver is known as a Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver (BOGW).
Applications and information are available in the Office of Financial Aid located in the DeRicco Student Services Building FINANCIAL AID WINDOWS (Main Entrance Foyer). However, as of 2/2008 we have made the BOGW application available to you online which is the quickest and preferred method of having your enrollment fees waived.
You should also complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) because you may be eligible for other aid.
California Veterans Dependents College Tuition Fee Waiver--
Did you know that if you are a dependent of a veteran you may be elgible for a Veteran's Fee Waiver to pay your college tuition and fees? Contact your county Veterans office for more information.
Cal Grants Cal Grant A - for students who plan to transfer to a four-year institution. The Cal Grant A can be held on reserve while the student attends community college.
Cal Grant B - for beginning students from disadvantaged backgrounds, this grant pays a stipend to assist with college costs.
Cal Grant C -specifically to assist students in two-year, vocational majors
Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS)
These state funded grants are to encourage educationally and economically disadvantaged students to attend college. Students must contact the EOPS Office to get a referral before they can receive this grant
The William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (FDLP), often referred to as "Direct Loans," is a United States Department of Education program that provides loans to help students pay for education after high school. SJDC participates in Federal Direct Student Loan Program.
The Department of Education acts as a lender, providing funds for Stafford loans in the same amounts as the Stafford loans offered through the Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) funded through private lenders. As of Fall 2008 SJDC does not participate in the FFELP program.
First-year undergraduates are eligible for loans up to $2,625. Amounts increase for subsequent years of study. The interest rate is variable, but never exceeds 8.25 percent. There are two types of Direct Loans:Subsidized Direct loan - A loan that the government pays the interest on while you are in school, during grace periods, and during any deferment periods.
Unsubsidized Direct loan - A loan that you are responsible for paying all the interest that accrues at any point in time.
Federal PLUS Loans are unsubsidized loans made to parents.SJDC does not participate in this program.
|What are Campus Based Programs?|
|Campus-Based Programs are administered by participating schools. The following campus based programs are available at SJDC:|
|Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG) are grants available for undergraduates only; awards range from $100-$4,000. Funds are limited and awarded on a first come first serve basis.||For more information about federal student aid, you can explore the Department of Education's Web site at www.ed.gov/studentaid/.|
|Federal Work-Study provides jobs to undergraduate and graduate students, allowing them to earn money to pay education expenses.|
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