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"My SJDC Card:"
The Financial Aid & Veterans Services office has partnered with Higher One, a financial services company focused solely on higher education, to offer faster delivery of financial aid disbursements to students. Higher One will help bring this method for receiving disbursements via the My SJDC Card Debit MasterCard. The My SJDC Card means innovative choices for disbursement delivery. For more information about this card, visit the Financial Aid window located on 1st floor of DeRicco Building.
Applications available online beginning January 1, 2015 for students planning to enroll in college courses beginning Fall 2015. Visit: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov
SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS (SAP) GUIDELINES:
Due to new federal regulatory requirements, the SJDC Financial Aid Academic Progress Policy has been updated and is effective 7/1/2011. Federal Regulations require that all students receiving Title IV aid meet specific academic requirements. In compliance with these regulations, all financial aid recipients will have their progress evaluated at the end of each term, at the time financial aid is awarded, and when any change in funding is requested. All coursework will be reviewed, regardless of whether the student received aid for all courses. The financial aid satisfactory academic progress (SAP) guidelines for SJDC can be found on the Financial Aid website.
Scholarship to attend Web for All Conference
The IBM's award offers a full coverage scholarship to students with disabilities to attend the International Web for All conference in Montreal, Canada on 11–13, April 2016. There is also a $1,000 Google's award for any Doctoral students doing Accessibility research to participate in the Doctoral Consortium.
We have extended the deadline for these two Students' awards till January 31st:
IBM's award: http://www.w4a.info/2016/submissions/ibm-people-with-disabilities-award/
Google's award: http://www.w4a.info/2016/submissions/google-doctoral-consortium/
Community Leaders Scholarship:
ASDC Scholarship Opportunities for Continuing and Transfer Students. The Associated Students of Delta College (ASDC) is offering scholarships to currently enrolled Delta College students* who have demonstrated service and community through participation in student clubs/organizations, athletics, volunteer programs, etc. For more information and to apply, visit asdc.deltacollege.edu.
*All students are required to pay the Student Activity Fee to qualify.
Concussion Awareness Scholarship:
The "Concussion Awareness Scholarship" is available to all students not just athletes. Any (future or current) undergraduate or graduate student may apply. Up to twelve $1,000 cash scholarships will be awarded in 2015. Application deadlines are on the 7th of each month. Applications can be completed online or downloaded at www.thepassrusher.com/concussionawareness.html.
Specialty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA) Memorial Scholarship:
SEMA has awarded more than $2,000,000 in scholarships to over 600 students engaged in two- or four-year degree programs leading to careers in the automotive aftermarket or related fields. For additional details, visit http://www.sema.org/scholarships or contact Juliet Marshall at email@example.com.
Apply for the AfterCollege Science Scholarship ($500 scholarship – open to majors in one of the many fields of science)
Apply for the AfterCollege Spring Break Student Scholarship ($1,000 scholarship – open to all majors)
Simplified Scholarship Application Process
Now, in lieu of an essay, the content of your AfterCollege profile is used as criteria to determine the scholarship recipient. We’re looking particularly at your personal statement – What are your career goals? What qualities will make you stand out as a professional? – and will also consider GPA, major, honors, awards and scholarships received. Read the official rules for details.
AfterCollege is an employer funded entry-level job & internship resource started by Stanford students over a decade ago. We use a patented approach which allows employers to share their career opportunities with students based on major, school, and location. All student information remains private and confidential, unless you choose to share it with employers of interest.
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