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  • Financial Aid - at San Francisco State University
    Other Loan Types Parent PLUS Loan Program Perkins Loan Alternative Loan Program Grad PLUS Loan Program Student Employment Student Employment Tutoring Job Academic Progress Satisfactory Academic Progress Return FA Funds Withdrawal from The University Federal School Code 001154 Quick Links Net Price Cost Calculator Guide for completing the FAFSA FAFSA FAQs Request a PIN number Federal School Code Search Other Office Resources Select a Link Select a Link Future Students

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/mailform.html (2016-02-13)
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  • AB 540 Information - San Francisco State University
    the SFSU Graduate Division Office for graduate students Deadline The completed affidavit and official high school transcripts must be submitted prior to the first day of instruction for the initial semester of the AB540 request If you fail to turn the affidavit in on time you WILL NOT be able to receive non resident tuition exemption until the following semester When filling out the affidavit student who are undocumented Without lawful immigration status including students with DACA must check the second box If you are a T or U visa holder please check the first box on the form AB 540 Eligibility Criteria Attend a California high school for a minimum of three or more years OR Attained credits earned in California from a California high school equivalent to three or more years of full time high school course work and attended a combination of elementary middle and or high schools in California for a total of three or more years AND Graduate from a California high school and pass the California High School Proficiency Exam OR get a GED General Equivalency Diploma or Graduate from a California high school or the equivalent for example pass the California High School Proficiency Exam OR GED AND Enroll in an accredited California institution of higher education CCC CSU or UC File a Non Resident Tuition Exemption Affidavit with the school In the case of students without legal immigration status they must state that they have filed or will file an application to legalize their immigration status as soon as they are eligible to do so Back to top AB 540 Rights Privacy Regardless of immigration status students can apply for admission to a public college or university in California The law allows students the following rights under AB 540 legislation Public colleges and universities in California cannot discriminate in admission based on a student s immigration status Students are not required to show an ID or Social Security Card for admission Students are not required to show proof of legal U S residency in the review of an application AB 540 for Citizens PermR If you are a U S Citizen Permanent Resident and meet the eligibility criteria to apply for a Non Resident Tuition Exemption AB 540 please follow these steps to assure that your enrollment process goes smoothly Make sure you turn in the ab 540 Affidavit along with your official High School Transcript PRIOR to the first day of school If you do not submit the form prior to the stated deadline you will be charged Non Resident Fees and will be expected to pay the full amount Once you have been approved for AB 4540 status you will receive a letter or email from the university Please do not wait until the last minute For financial aid purposes please make sure you fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA by the priority deadline of March 2 You can check your financial aid status in your

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/ab540/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Financial Aid - at San Francisco State University
    Loan Counseling Other Loan Types Parent PLUS Loan Program Perkins Loan Alternative Loan Program Grad PLUS Loan Program Student Employment Student Employment Tutoring Job Academic Progress Satisfactory Academic Progress Return FA Funds Withdrawal from The University Federal School Code 001154 Quick Links Net Price Cost Calculator Guide for completing the FAFSA FAFSA FAQs Paying for College Federal income tax credit Other Office Resources Select a Link Select a Link Future Students Bursar Housing Veterans Registrar Advising Contact Office Hours At One Stop Center Office Hours Mon Fri 9 00am 5 00pm Holidays Summer Hours Phone Hours Mon Fri 9 00am 4 30pm Email finaid sfsu edu Phone 415 338 7000 TDD 415 338 4321 Fax 415 338 0949 Last Update 03 27 2013 Summer 2013 Financial Aid Disbursement Schedule You must return a completed and signed Summer 2013 Award Offer before funds can be disbursed At the time of disbursement the Bursar s Office will deduct any obligations owed the University for tuition registration fees housing short term loans or other charges For many students the financial aid award will not be sufficient to cover all summer tuition registration fees The Due Date for payment of fees NOT covered by

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/summerdisb13.html (2016-02-13)
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  • AB540 Information - San Francisco State University
    edu 415 338 6879 Address One Stop Center Student Services Building 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Last Update 05 13 2015 PAYING FOR YOUR CLASSES FALL 2016 AB 540 STUDENTS Download Flyer Early Start Students who will be applying as an AB 540 Dream student are not be required to enroll in Early Start If you wish to enroll in Early Start in order to advance with your math and or English requirements please contact Kim Davalos kdavalos sfsu edu For more information please visit www sfsu edu advising esp Summer2015 ab540 html Fee Payment Deadlines Continuing Students Incoming Freshman July 8th ALL Students including Incoming Transfer August 18th Students can register for classes without paying their fees up front But they must have their financial aid or proof of scholarship in order prior to the payment deadlines or their classes will be dropped All other students will have to pay their full tuition or sign up for the installment plan prior to payment deadlines to keep their classes Financial Aid or Scholarships CA Dream Act Grants AB 540 students who apply for the California Dream Application by the priority deadline and meet income eligibility guidelines could receive a State University Grant or Cal Grant to cover a portion of the tuition If the student receives a grant they will not be required to pay for their tuition by the fee payment deadline If the grant does not cover the full amount of fees the balance due must be paid before school begins Proof of Scholarships AB 540 students who have won a scholarship must ensure the school is aware of their scholarship to avoid having to pay their full tuition prior to the fee payment deadlines Submit a copy of the congratulatory scholarship award letter including their

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  • AB 540 Information - San Francisco State University
    Your App Status Summer Financial Aid Verify CA Dream App Verification Forms Selective Service Registration Workshops In the NEWS Toolkit of Institutional practices supporting Undocumented Youth created by United We Dream Student Organizing Quick Links Financial Aid Scholarships AB 540 Admission Info Contact Hours Monday through Friday 9am 5pm Rose Arbulú rcarmona sfsu edu 415 338 2588 Nancy Jodaitis nancyj sfsu edu 415 338 6879 Address One Stop Center Student Services Building 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Last Update 01 22 2016 TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID What types of financial aid are available to AB 540 students The types of financial aid AB 540 students can get depends on their immigration status Recently the state passed the California Dream Act AB 130 and 131 which will increase availability of financial aid Below is a table that shows you what might be available to AB 540 students Types of Aid AB 540 Undocumented Student Undocumented Student Does not meet AB 540 Requirements In State Tuition Yes if eligible for AB 540 No Federal Aid No No Private Scholarships Check individual requirements for each scholarship Yes Yes CA Institutional Aid Scholarships from private donors held at College or University Yes

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  • AB 540 Information - San Francisco State University
    the deadline For more information contact Mario Flores at 415 405 4177 or dreamers sfsu edu Download the Flyer Back to top Scholarship Search Chart Use this chart to keep a record of the scholarships you want to apply for Search Chart Back to top Scholarships That Do Not Require Proof of Citizenship or Residency Status Download Flyer At San Francisco State University we seek to promote scholarship opportunities for ALL our students including AB540 students and international students In our scholarship database there are MANY scholarships available for students that do not require proof of citizenship or residency status The scholarships listed below are only a small sample of all the scholarships available on the SF State Scholarship Database To identify other scholarships you might be eligible for 1 Search our database by keyword major GPA class level enrollment status citizenship application deadline and 2 Check the requirements listed under the citizenship category If this category lists Any proof of citizenship or residency status was not listed as part of the scholarship criteria In addition due to AB 130 five scholarships began using the CA Dream Application to determine financial need University Community College Transfer Honor Ray Uribe Estella Lara and Wallace Fund for Diversity Scholarships These scholarships can be found with keyword AB 540 Associated Students Scholarship Brief Criteria Entering and continuing SF State students 2 5 minimum GPA Academic Achievement Leadership Financial Need Contact Mario Flores http asi sfsu edu 415 405 4048 Deadline Early February Amount Up to 1 000 Maisin Scholar Award Brief Criteria SFUSD high school senior with minimum 2 0 GPA who will be attending a 2 or 4 year college Looking for financial need commitment to educational and career goals Contact Maisin Scholar http www maisinscholars org 415 955 5790 Deadline Early March Amount 2 000 year Renewable E4FC New American Scholars Program Brief Criteria Foreign born low income immigrant college students in SF Bay Area Min GPA 2 8 for college 3 3 for high school Academic performance financial need and community impact Contact Educators for Fair Consideration http www e4fc org applications e4fc org Deadline Early March Amount Up to 10 000 Continue the Dream for Academic Excellence Scholarship Brief Criteria AB 540 or undocumented student Sophomore Jr or Sr at SF State serious commitment to helping others or promoting higher education Contact Mario Flores applications e4fc org 415 405 4048 Deadline Mid September Amount 300 500 Chicana Latina Foundation Scholarship Brief Criteria Community involvement leadership 2 5 undergrad GPA 3 0 grad GPA Will volunteer 10 hours Student residing in Bay Area counties for at least 2 years Contact Chicana Latina Foundation Scholarship http www chicanalatina org CLFinfo chicanalatina org 415 405 4048 Deadline Mid March Amount 1 500 New Leader Scholarship Brief Criteria Must have attended Bay Area public university for one year and completed at least 24 units 3 5 GPA Majoring in Social Sciences Health Human Services or Public Service Leadership High Academic Achievement Financial Need

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/ab540/scholarships.html (2016-02-13)
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  • AB 540 Information - San Francisco State University
    Financial Aid Guide AB 130 Scholarships Tax Filing California Dream Act Applying for Dream App Applying for Cal Grant Steps to Fill Out Dream App Dream Act Powerpoint Estimated Per Year Costs FAFSA vs DREAM DACA California Dream Act at SF State Checking Your App Status Summer Financial Aid Verify CA Dream App Verification Forms Selective Service Registration Workshops In the NEWS Toolkit of Institutional practices supporting Undocumented Youth created by United We Dream Student Organizing Contact Information AB 540 Task Force SF State AB 540 Undocumented Student Resources Allies List Quick Links Financial Aid Scholarships AB 540 Admission Info Contact Hours Monday through Friday 9am 5pm Rose Arbulú rcarmona sfsu edu 415 338 2588 Nancy Jodaitis nancyj sfsu edu 415 338 6879 Address One Stop Center Student Services Building 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Last Update 5 13 2015 FAFSA vs DREAM Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA Students who are citizens eligible non citizens or have a T visa or TPS status should use the FAFSA For more clarity about the specific categories of eligible non citizens who are eligible to file a FAFSA review the FAFSA application or click here to see the Citizenship

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  • AB 540 Information - San Francisco State University
    Dream Act Powerpoint Estimated Per Year Costs FAFSA vs DREAM DACA California Dream Act at SF State Checking Your App Status Summer Financial Aid Verify CA Dream App Verification Forms Selective Service Registration Workshops In the NEWS Dream Act Students Apply for State Aid Contact Information AB 540 Task Force SF State AB 540 Undocumented Student Resources Allies List Quick Links Financial Aid Scholarships AB 540 Admission Info Contact Hours Monday through Friday 9am 5pm Rose Arbulú rcarmona sfsu edu 415 338 2588 Nancy Jodaitis nancyj sfsu edu 415 338 6879 Address One Stop Center Student Services Building 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Last Update 6 20 2014 kl DACA Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals DACA is a memorandum authored by the Obama Administration on June 15 2012 It directs specific government agencies ICE CBP USCIS to practice prosecutorial discretion towards some individuals who immigrated illegally to the United States as children In a nutshell it allows certain individuals to apply for a stay of deportation and obtain a work permit for a two year period However the granting of deferred removal action does not confer lawful immigration status alter an individual s existing immigration status or provide

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