WebGrants Access Request

Overview

WebGrants Access Request
Overview

WebGrants is CSAC’s web-based grant management platform. Through this portal, institutions can manage their Cal Grant roster, upload GPAs, and run reports. All organizations and institution types should utilize one of the forms below to request WebGrants access.

WebGrants has 3 user types.  The only user type that submits WebGrants Access Request forms to CSAC are System Administrators.

WebGrants User Type Hierarchy

Authorized Official > System Administrator > Users

Authorized Official (AO) – typically administrators at an institution, school, or organization.  For high schools, this is usually the school principal. An AO does not have access to WebGrants.

System Administrator (SA) – person authorized to manage WebGrants access on behalf of an institution, school, or organization. The SA creates and manages user accounts.  There is a limit of 2 System Administrators. Only SA’s submit the WebGrants Access Request form to CSAC.

Users – individuals who have access to WebGrants and whose access is managed by the System Administrator. Users do not send WebGrants Access Request forms to CSAC.


WebGrants Access Request Forms

Select the form and then download it to your computer. This will allow for digital signatures and can be emailed to anyone that needs access to the form.

System Administrator – person authorized to manage WebGrants access on behalf of an institution, school, or organization. The SA creates and manages user accounts.

User – user forms (including GSTG, Chafee) are retained onsite and not submitted to CSAC. 

Additional Schools List – use this form if the System Administrator needs access to more than one Institution/School.


WebGrants Access Request – System Administrator Forms for Special Users

Select the form and then download it to your computer. This will allow for digital signatures and can be emailed to anyone that needs access to the form.

Golden State Teacher Grant (GSTG) – send access request form to goldenstateteachers@csac.ca.gov.

Chafee – send access request form to chafee@csac.ca.gov.

Cal-SOAP – send access request form to calsoap@csac.ca.gov.

SB70 – assigned Designees for colleges and universities.  Institutions may give limited access to an individual to solely upload Senate Bill 70 related data. User access will be limited to just the SB 70 data screen.  Please consult with your organization before submitting an SB 70 Assigned Designee form.


Additional Forms

Counties, districts, and high schools must have a valid FAFSA/Dream Act Completion Program Agreement on file with the Commission. If your county, district, or high school has never had WebGrants access then this form is needed.

FAFSA/Dream Act Completion Program Agreement


WebGrants Information Security Principles

All users of WebGrants must sign the Information Security and Confidentiality Agreement Acknowledgement portion of the WebGrants Access Request form. In addition, WebGrants Access accounts “shall be renewed upon completion of annual Commission-supplied training or Institutional-supplied training in areas of information security, privacy and confidentiality. This documentation shall remain at the institution.”

WebGrants Information Security, Privacy, and Confidentiality Training


Contact Us

For questions and assistance in completing the form contact:

 Institutional Support (888) 294-0153

For WebGrants assistance with Password Resets contact:

 IT Service Desk (888) 294-0153, Option 2

To report potential security issues:

 iso@csac.ca.gov

Send completed forms:

To the email address at the bottom of the WebGrants Access Request form.