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  • AB 540 Information - San Francisco State University
    this site Check your SF State portal gateway sfsu edu regularly Once we load your files you will be able to see if there are any holds or To Do List item such as being required to verify your income or submit any additional documentation Please be sure to check the SF State AB 540 website especially California Dream Act at SF State link for more detailed information and updates www sfsu edu finaid ab540 Be aware that in order to receive any state funds through the CA Dream Act you must have an approved AB540 exemption on file with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions If you have not already filed a Non Resident Tuition Exemption Affidavit with SF State you should do it as soon as possible You can access the affidavit at this link www sfsu edu finaid ab540 PLEASE NOTE CA Dream Applications priority deadline was March 2 every year If you missed the deadline you will NOT be eligible to receive any state financial aid However you are may be eligible for private scholarships and should research these options on our AB 540 website Back to top VERIFY CA DREAM APPLICATION On this page Why your DREAM App information could be selected for verification What to do if you are selected File your federal income tax return early How to order a tax return transcript from the IRS NOTE personal copies of tax returns are not accepted What is verification Verification is a process to confirm the information you provided on your CA Dream Application We are required to make sure that all aid is awarded to students according to state regulations If your application is selected for verification We will send you an e mail that explains how to access your financial aid status on the SF State Gateway Read the instructions that explain how to submit the required documentation Check your e mail and Gateway regularly Financial aid AB 540 counselors will review all submitted documentation and will correct any discrepancies Changes to CA Dream Application data are sent electronically to California Student Aid Commission Your award amounts will be determined after we receive the corrected and verified CA Dream Application Information You May be Asked to Verify You and your parents may be asked to submit documentation or clarification of information you provided on your CA Dream Application IRS Tax Transcripts You and your parents may be required to order free of charge tax transcripts from the Internal Revenue Service IRS Due to federal law personal copies of tax returns are not accepted as verification of income A tax return transcript is used to document Taxable income Federal income tax paid Certain untaxed income and benefits received Other information you may be asked to document Income earned from work if you were not required to file a tax return W2 forms Assets such as bank accounts rental properties value of a business or investment Untaxed income and benefits received Food stamp SNAP benefits

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/ab540/dreamappatsfsu.html (2016-02-13)
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  • AB 540 Information - San Francisco State University
    Applying for 14 15 Dream App Applying for 14 15 Cal Grant Steps to Fill Out Dream App Dream Act 14 15 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 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 26 2016 AB540 WORKSHOPS CA DREAM APPLICATION WORKSHOPS GET HELP APPLYING FOR THE CALIFORNIA DREAM APPLICATION for 2016 2017 Academic Year Dates Monday February 1st 11am 1pm Tuesday February 9th 1 pm 3pm Wednesday February 17th 1pm 3pm Thursday February 25th 4pm 6pm Friday March 2nd 2pm 5pm Location Burk Hall Room 229 What you should BRING to workshop for yourself your parents 2015 Tax Information or Estimates of income W2s 1099s or check stubs Birth dates ITINs Student High

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/ab540/ab540workshops.html (2016-02-13)
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  • AB 540 Information - San Francisco State University
    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 AB 540 CONTACTS SF State Support for AB 540 Students At SF State there are many staff and faculty who are already actively supporting AB 540 students Rose Arbulú Financial Aid Scholarships AB 540 Advisor 415 338 2588 rcarmona sfsu edu Karla Castillo MFT Counseling and Psychological Services 415 338 7233 karlac sfsu edu Doris Fendt Student Outreach Services 415 338 7167 dfendt sfsu edu Mario Flores Project Connect Book Loan Director 415 405 4048 marioflores asi sfsu edu Oscar Gardea Educational Opportunity Program 415 405 0900 omgardea sfsu edu La Donna Harris Admissions Residency Specialist 415 338 7218 ldharris

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/ab540/ab540contacts.html (2016-02-13)
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  • AB 540 Information - San Francisco State University
    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 kl SF State Undocumented AB 540 Educational Equity Task Force The SF State Undocumented AB 540 Educational Equity Task Force was formed in Spring 2012 to formalize the support for undocumented students applying to or currently attending San Francisco State University The task force is made up of staff faculty and students from across campus and All members of the San Francisco state community are encouraged to participate in our monthly meetings Task Force Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month in the SF State library from 10 AM to 12 noon 2014 15 Task Force Meeting dates are held from 10am 12pm on the following dates October 8th November 12th December 10th January 14th

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/ab540/taskforce.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Financial Aid - at San Francisco State University
    programs approved for federal financial aid Examples paralegal studies certificate program Teachers Training Institute EMBA MSW contact your program to see if it qualifies for federal financial aid Summer Disbursement Date How to apply Deadline and Disbursement Date Complete and submit the Summer 2014 Request Form to our office by the priority deadline April 7 2014 If you are awarded grants and or loans you will receive a registration fee deferment in time for summer priority registration which begins on April 9 2014 Summer 2014 Request Form Deadline April 07 2014 AND Students must have a 2013 2014 Free Application for Federal Student Aid Aid FAFSA or a California Dream Application on file at SF State If you do not have a FAFSA completed for the 2013 2014 year complete your application on line at www fafsa ed gov FAFSA deadline is June 1 2014 OR Students must have filed a 2013 2014 CA Dream Application DREAM completed by February 14 2014 Dream applicants are only eligible for CEL Fee Grant Summer 2014 award letters will be mailed out beginning APRIL 5 2014 Summer 2014 award letters will be mailed NOT available on the Gateway To accept and receive financial aid you must return your signed award letter to our office indicating that you accept financial aid prior to disbursement Types of Summer Financial Aid CEL Fee GRANT Priority funding deadline 4 07 2014 The Summer 2014 Request Form must be received by 4 07 2014 to be consider for this grant Students who received a State University Grant or a Cal Grant during the academic year may be eligible for a subsidy that covers up to 2 units of registration fees for courses listed in the class schedule at www cel sfsu edu summer 1 unit subsidy for students

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/newsummer.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Yes Yes No No No Loan fees None 1 5 1 5 4 4 Annual maximums 1200 undergraduate 3000 second bachelor or credential 3 500 freshmen 4 500 sophomores 5 500 juniors seniors second bachelor Credential 8500 Master s degree 2000 All dependent students Independent 6 000 freshmen sophomores 7 000 juniors seniors credential second bachelors 12 000 Master s degree Cost of attendance minus aid Cost of attendance minus aid Cumulative Aggregate maximums 27 500 undergrad 23 000 undergrad 65 500 Graduate Up to 31 000 dependent undergrad 57 500 independent 138 500 00 independent NA NA Grace period 9 months 6 months 6 months NA 6 months Repayment period to 10 years to 10 years standard to 10 years standard to 10 years to 10 years Minimum payments 40 month 50 month 50 month 50 month 50 month Other information Additional repayment options beyond the 10 years may be available Additional repayment options beyond the 10 years may be available For parents of undergraduate students Not based on financial need Repayment begins 60 days after last disbursement By request parents may defer payment of principal while the student is in school For Master s degree students Not based

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/FSD%20LoanChart.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Financial Aid - at San Francisco State University
    0949 Last Update 05 05 2013 Beginning 2013 14 Award Year State University Grants SUGs The State University Grant is available to California residents who are enrolled at SFSU and pay California State University basic tuition fees as an undergraduate graduate or teaching credential student There is a limited amount of funding each year and all awards are conditional based on the availability of funds from the State Funds may be delayed or reduced depending on action of the Governor or the California State Legislature The SUG is designated specifically to pay a portion of your basic tuition and fees any other fee paying financial aid and or resource you receive will affect your eligibility for SUG The amount you receive is conditional based on the availability of funds from the State and is conditional and subject to change based information received from SFSU s Enrollment Services regarding your student standing i e transfer units units completed previous degree completed etc could reduce or cancel an award and is based on the financial information you report on your FAFSA and is less if you enroll and pay the 0 to 6 unit basic tuition and fee amount and cannot exceed the cost of basic tuition and fees when combined with other financial assistance designated to pay basic tuition and fees such as Cal Grant fee assistance vocational rehabilitation fee waiver etc NEW Limited eligibility A new California State University CSU policy limits how long you can receive SUG for your degree or credential program Beginning with the 2013 14 academic year includes summer term 2013 the following are the unit limits to receive SUG An undergraduate California resident may receive SUG up until completing 150 total units most undergraduate degrees require only 120 units A graduate California resident may receive

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/newsuginfo.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Career Center
    Careers Find an Internship Find a Job General Information Dr CK s Corner Resume Writing Networking Informational Interviewing Interview Preparation The Job Offer Salary Information Explore Graduate School Student Organizations Resources Resource Library General Career Links For Veterans For International Students By College Major By Industry Area Handouts Videos EMPLOYERS Services Posting Jobs Internships ALUMNI Services Service Packages FACULTY STAFF FAMILY MEMBERS HANDOUTS VIDEOS SF State Links Advising Center Department Directory Division of Student Affairs My SFSU Login Search SICC Search Career Center Contact Hours of Service Location Monday Friday 8am 5pm Student Services Bldg Rm 206 Quick Questions Tuesdays 10 30am 11 30am Wednesdays 10 00am 11 00am E mail sicc sfsu edu Phone 415 338 1761 Fax 415 338 2979 Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Click here to download and install Adobe Reader Last Update February 22 2013 View Post Jobs GatorJOBS provides employment and internship opportunities targeted at SF State students and alumni by employers Only SF State students recent alums up to six months after graduation and those with a Career Center Membership are eligible to view job listings Students Alumni Student Job Listings Student and Alumni jobs include On Campus Work Study

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~career/gatorjobs/gatorjobs.htm (2016-02-13)
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