California Private and Independent Colleges and Universities

California Private and Independent Colleges and Universities

California Private and Independent Colleges and Universities

California Private and Independent Colleges and Universities

Articulation Links

In addition to campuses within the California State University (CSU) and University of California (UC) system, there are over 100 independent colleges and universities in California.� The Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities, AICCU , represents 75 private and non-profit institutions, including over 135 satellite campuses throughout California. The majority of these independent institutions are WASC (Western...

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Types of Aid

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Types of Aid

Financial aid comes in a few basic types: fee waivers, grants and scholarships (which you don't have to pay back), work study (which requires you to work in exchange for money), and loans (which you DO have to pay back). Many students qualify for a California College Promise Grant (Formerly known as

the Board of Governors Fee Waiver) or other assistance...

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FinAid | Other Types of Aid | College Partnerships and ...

Some four-year colleges have such well-defined articulation agreements that the community colleges act as feeder schools for the four-year colleges, with a large percentage of transfer students coming from those schools.

There is pending legislation in the US Senate, S1677 Community College Partnership Act of 2003, which is intended to encourage such partnerships between community colleges and...

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California Student Aid Commission - What is a Cal Grant?

Institutions Use the IPA to Apply for Initial Participation

What is a Cal Grant?

A Cal Grant is money for college you do not have to pay back. To qualify, you must apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act Application (CADAA) by the deadline and meet the eligibility and financial requirements as well as any minimum GPA requirements. Cal Grants can be...

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Website: http://www.csac.ca.gov

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