Contact the California Student Aid Commission Public Information Office at 916-464-8043. If this matter is urgent, please call 916-206-1285.
The White House Plan - To Make College More Affordable — Fact Sheet ...CLICK HERE!
A higher education is the single most important investment students can make in their own futures.At the same time, it has never been more expensive.Thatís why since taking office, President Obama has made historic investments in college affordability,increasing the maximum Pell Grant award for working and middle class families by more than $900, creating the American Opportunity Tax Credit, and enacting effective student loan reforms eliminating bank subsidies. ...READ MORE!
The Common Application: Coming August 1, to a Computer Near You!
The big day is coming this Thursday, when the new version of Common Application opens to the public. Known as CA4, this new version of Common App offers the same benefits of using one basic form to apply to hundreds of colleges, while offering streamlined technological advances,and some new guidelines for the much-heralded college essay....READ MORE!
The Steven M. Thompson Physician Corps Loan Repayment Application
Will be available starting July 1, 2013. You may access the application at www.calreach.oshpd.ca.gov. To assist with the new application process Foundation staff will be hosting a webinar on June 27, 2013 from 12:30 pm-1:30 pm.We recommend attending at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the webinar as space is limited. If you are unable to attend a recording of the webinar will be on our website for your convenience.Please feel free to forward this email to all interested parties....READ MORE!
ECMC Foundation Contributes $98 Million to the Cal Grant Program
SACRAMENTO, CA (2013) The California Student Aid Commission (Commission) is pleased to announce the ECMC Foundation Board of Directors has authorized a contribution of $98 million to the Cal Grant program for the 2013-14 academic year....READ MORE!
Obama Administration has announced the "Pay as you Earn" plan
If you are a recent college graduate a new government loan repayment plan may help you manage your monthly Direct Student Loan payments.To learn more details and to see if you quality, click here: studentaid.gov/payasyouearn