Status of Financial Aid for CA Higher Education Undocumented
According to a recent study, there are over 92,000 undocumented
students enrolled in the California colleges and universities.
However, many of these students do not apply for the state
financial aid for which they may be eligible. The California
Student Aid Commission invites you to our webinar that will
present information on undocumented students in California, how
many benefit from the financial aid opportunities available to
them, and potential barriers that may hinder students from
accessing this support.
Status of Financial Aid for CA Higher Education Undocumented Students
Webinar Q&A Transcript
CSAC CSAC Spring 2020 COVID-19 Student Survey Results
CSAC and the UC Davis School of Education presented the results
of the recently completed “COVID-19 Student Survey” on Wednesday,
July 8th. The survey, which had over 75,000 responses, provides
invaluable data and insight directly from students about their
experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more here.
Spring 2020 COVID-19 Student Survey Results Presentation
Changes to Cal Grant in Response to COVID-19
On May 19, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor
Gavin Newsom signed an Executive Order easing certain
administrative barriers that were preventing students from
accessing their Cal Grant award during the COVID-19 crisis.
CSAC Webinar Series “Changes to Cal Grant in Response to
available for download in the following format.
Changes to Cal Grant in Response to COVID19
Undocumented Dreamer COVID-19 Discussion
In light of COVID-19, the California Student Aid Commission
(CSAC) convened campus Dreamer Liaisons, education and community
stakeholders to discuss challenges that undocumented, Dreamer
students are facing as well as best practices to better serve