What are the benefits of doing a FAFSA?
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is one of the most important resources a student can apply for to help fund their college education. Regardless of income, every student should file a FAFSA application.
Below are some of the grants that are available. Grants are a type of aid that does not need to be paid back!
|Three Quarter Time
|Less Than Half Time
|Pell Grant||Up to $6,195||Up to $4,646||Up to $3,098||Up to $1,549|
|CA College Promise Grant (Waives Tuition)||Up to $1,932||Up to $1,932||Up to $1,932||Up to $1,932|
|Federal Work Study||Up to $5,500||Up to $5,500||Up to $5,500||Not Eligible|
|Federal SEOG||Up to $500||Up to $500||Up to $500||Not Eligible|
|Cal Grant||Up to $1,672||Up to $1,254||Up to $836||Not Eligible|
|Chafee||Up to $5,000||Up to $5,000||Up to $5,000||Not Eligible|
|Student Success Completion Grant||Up to $4,000 (15+ Units)||Up to $1,298 (12-14.99 Units)||Not Eligible||Not Eligible||Not Eligible|
*All amounts are based Annually*
**All maximum amounts are based on 0 EFC**