Archive Messages Executive Director
March 2, 2015
April 15, 2015
Corinthian College Students: Next Steps
Is your school closed? Do you have student loans? Cal Grants? We are here to help. The California Student Aid Commission with representatives from the California Office of the Attorney General, the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, and the East Bay Community Law Center, participated in a webcast to provide information and resources as you take your next steps. To watch the webcast Click Here! from your computer, smartphone, tablet or, download the . For more information about your federal student loan connect with the U. S. Department of Education has established a website. To apply for the California Student Tuition Recovery Fund Click Here!
A Message to Corinthian Colleges Students from the: California Office of the Attorney General
Student Aid Commission Issues Statement on the Department of Education’s Actions Against Heald College
SACRAMENTO – Executive Director Diana Fuentes-Michel issued a statement on the U.S. Department of Education’s actions against Heald College. Read full article…
February 13, 2015
CSAC Halts Cal Grant Awards to 10 Heald Colleges
Acting to protect students and state taxpayer funds, the California Student Aid Commission today suspended Cal Grants payments to 10 Heald College campuses including: Roseville, Stockton, Modesto, Concord, Fresno, Rancho Cordova, Hayward, Milpitas, San Francisco and Salinas. Approximately $1 million in payments have been suspended representing approximately 4,497 Cal Grant Awarded students.
FAFSA grant deadline ends on March 2 2015
Watch KCRA News 3 interview with Diana Fuentes-Michel Executive Director California Student Aid Commission
Governor Jerry Brown signed California’s 2014-15 budget
Good news! On Friday morning, June 20, 2014 Governor Jerry Brown signed California’s 2014-15 budget.
Bill would simplify financial aid for California high school seniors
A bill announced Tuesday February 25, 2014 aims to make the labyrinthine college
application season a little easier for high school seniors… Read full article.
Assembly member Ting Aims to Make College Financial Aid More Accessible to Students:
The Middle Class Scholarship
Highlights: The 2013-14 Governor’s Budget May Revise Higher Education Highlights & the Cal Grant Program
2013-14 Commission’s Cal Grant Program Budget Summary — Coming Soon! …please check back later.
Update on the Implementation of the California Dream Act
Effective April 1, 2013 our offices are located at 1140 White Rock Road, Rancho Cordova, CA 95741