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  • On-Campus Resources | Wellness & Health Promotion | San Jose State University
    Science Advising Center COSAC Duncan 213 International Gateways IS 227 Office of International Student and Scholar Services ISSS Clark Hall Rm 543 Peer Connections Student Services Center SSC 600 Are you interested in hosting a pantry in your department We can help you get started with a starter kit complete with non perishable food items Contact Elizabeth Agramont Justiniano elizabeth agramont justiniano sjsu edu 408 924 4144 Learn about free and low cost food available on campus by following us on Twitter SJSU FreeFood CHEW Cooking Healthy Eating Well Students can sign up for free cooking classes in our new Student Wellness Center Each cooking class teaches basic cooking skills utilizing affordable ingredients and all participants walk away with free food and useful knowledge Sign up online Send your suggestions questions or comments regarding CHEW classes to sjsudemolab gmail com Campus Cook Book Free cooking classes hosted by the Spartan Shops Culinary Team are also available at the Student Wellness Center Please click here to learn more Peer Connections Breakfast Club Come pick up some quick breakfast goods at Peer Connections and sign up for some assistance with your courses while you are at it The Breakfast Club is located in Peer Connections SSC 600 and is open Monday Friday 10am 1pm Associated Students Community Garden Click here to volunteer at the Associated Students Community Garden Learn how to grow your own food and try some samples while you volunteer A S Community Garden Hours Monday and Friday 1 00pm 5 00pm or by appointment On Campus Value Items Grabbing a meal at an on campus eatery Click here to view a list of meals you can get right on campus for 5 or less Community resources for a variety of topics and issues can be found here i e

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/wellness/foodresources/oncampus/ (2016-02-13)
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  • A.S. Affordable Textbook Program | Financial Aid and Scholarship Office | San Jose State University
    Scholarship Notices Reasons Spartan Scholarship Tips on Applying CSU Systemwide Scholarships F A Resources Links Resources SJSU Home Financial Aid and Scholarship Office F A Resources A S Affordable Textbook Program A S Affordable Textbook Program MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to F A Resources Links Resources Associated Students A S recognizes the need for students that receive Financial Aid to be provided the opportunity to access affordable textbooks Barnes Noble SJSU has collaborated with the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office to provide a more sustainable and affordable approach of Textbook Rental To participate in the A S Affordable Textbook Program students are required to present a copy of their financial aid award letter to the A S General Services Center upon request The A S General Services Center shall proceed in verifying students ID number award letter class schedule and course list each semester Only textbooks that are rentable according to the SJSU Bookstore are eligible for subsidy by Associated Students The A S General Service Center will issue a voucher for students to redeem at the SJSU Bookstore Voucher will provide access to Rental Textbooks up to 60 maximum per eligible student per semester There is no limit to the number of textbooks as long as the total does not exceed 60 Rental Textbooks are open to General Education Upper Division and Graduate level students All Rental Textbooks must be returned to the SJSU Bookstore according to the date and requirements set by the bookstore Penalties will apply for non returned or damaged textbooks including but not limited to fees and holds on academic records Students will be required to sign a Rental Agreement for each textbook and provide a credit card or USBank linked Tower Card as payment and collateral in the

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/faso/Resources/as_affordable_textbook_program/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Food Resources | Wellness & Health Promotion | San Jose State University
    Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Instagram Navigate BACK to Wellness and Health Promotion Off Campus Resources On Campus Resources Eating Well on a Budget Mission To address food insecurity within our campus community in efforts to empower SJSU students to succeed academically Off Campus Resources On Campus Resources Eating Well on a Budget Fall 2014 SJSU Student Food Access Survey Are you finding yourself struggling to afford food while attending SJSU You are not alone A recent Student Affairs survey found that approximately half of SJSU students are sometimes skipping meals due to cost This website provides information and resources for students dealing with food insecurity Please email us if you have questions or would like us to add any resources that aren t currently listed Would your department like to hear more about what food resources are available to students and about other projects the SJSU Student Hunger Committee is working on Contact Stephanie Fabian to schedule a short presentation stephanie fabian sjsu edu 408 924 1834 Had to Skip a Meal or Cut the Size of a Meal because Not Enough Money 4 286 Students Surveyed SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current Students Donors

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/wellness/foodresources/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Financial Aid and Scholarship Office Site Index | Financial Aid and Scholarship Office | San Jose State University
    Conduct Withdrawal Scholarships FAQ Scholarships International Students Scholarship Resources Private Scholarship Notices Reasons Spartan Scholarship Tips on Applying CSU Systemwide Scholarships F A Resources Links Resources SJSU Home Financial Aid and Scholarship Office Financial Aid and Scholarship Office Site Index MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to HOME 1 A C D E F G I L O P S T W 1 10 Reasons to Apply for Scholarships Back to top A A S Affordable Textbook Program Academic Progress Policies Academic Progress Policies Alternative Loan Applying Applying for Special Circumstances Back to top C Cal Grant California Dream Act of 2011 Chafee Grant Cost of Attendance Back to top D Dependence Versus Independence Determining Financial Aid Eligibility Direct Lending Disbursement Policy Drug Law Violations and Consequences Back to top E Educational Opportunity Program Grant EOP Exit Loan Counseling Back to top F F A Resources Federal Direct PLUS Parent Loan Federal Direct Stafford Loan Repayment Federal Direct Stafford Loan Repayment Federal Direct Stafford Loans Subsidized Unsubsidized Federal Family Education Loan Program FFELP Loan Repayment Federal Grad PLUS Loan Federal Pell Grant Federal Perkins Loan Federal Work Study Fee Deferral Financial Aid Scholarship Office Forms Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions Back to top G Glossary Graduate Professional Business Program Grant Grants Back to top I IRS Data Retrieval International Students Back to top L Loan Consolidation Loan Information Location Back to top O Office Personnel Back to top P Policies Private Scholarship Notices Back to top S Scholarship Resources Scholarships Seven Steps to Financial Aid Short Term Loan Spartan Scholarship Application State University Grant SUG Student Rights Responsibilities Summer FWS Clearance and FAQ s Summer Financial Aid Summer Frequently Asked Questions Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant SEOG Back to top T Teacher Education Assistance for College

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/faso/siteindex.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Middle Class Scholarship (MCS) | Financial Aid and Scholarship Office | San Jose State University
    Applying CSU Systemwide Scholarships F A Resources Links Resources SJSU Home Financial Aid and Scholarship Office Types of Aid Middle Class Scholarship MCS Middle Class Scholarship MCS MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to Types of Aid Federal Work Study Grants Types of Aid Loans California Dream Act AB540 Middle Class Scholarship MCS Criteria Complete the FAFSA or Dream Act Application by March 2 priority deadline Undergraduate students with family incomes up to 150 000 and a maximum annual household asset amount of 150 000 may be eligible If your family earns up to 100 000 you may be eligible for a scholarship of up to 20 percent of the mandatory systemwide tuition and fees In 2017 18 the maximum scholarship award will be up to 40 percent of the mandatory systemwide tuition and fees Students whose families earn between 100 001 and 150 000 per year may be eligible for a reduced scholarship of no less than 10 percent of the mandatory systemwide tuition and fees Students must be a U S citizen permanent resident or have a AB 540 student status Meet certain income asset and other financial aid standards Maintain satisfactory academic progress not be in default on a student loan and must not be incarcerated Notification If you are selected to receive a MCS you will be notified by the California Student Aid Commission CSAC The college you attend will award the scholarship upon verifying your eligibility Contact the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office if you were notified by CSAC and have not been award a MCS View Ten things you need to know about California s Middle Class Scholarship 2015 16 Awards SJSU will begin coordinating the MCS with other aid already received starting after Census week of September 21 Disbursement

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/faso/Types_AID/mcs/ (2016-02-13)
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  • 1098-T FAQs | Bursar's Office | San Jose State University
    Box 2 Follow the steps outlined above and click on the Box Amount tab to view 1098 T eligible tuition and fees Was this information reported to the Internal Revenue Service IRS Yes Section 65050S of the Internal Revenue Code as enacted by the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 requires institutions to file information returns to assist taxpayers and the IRS in determining the amount of qualified tuition and related expenses qualified expenses for which an education tax credit is allowable under section 25A American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning Education tax credits as well as other tax benefits for higher education expenses You are not required to attach the IRS Form 1098 T to your tax return The primary purpose of the 1098 T is to let you know that SJSU has provided the required information to the IRS to assist them in determining who may be eligible to claim the tuition and fee deduction or education credits There is no IRS requirement that you claim a tuition and fees deduction or an education related tax credit I am not sure what to do with this tuition statement with regard to my income tax filing Whom should I contact The Bursar s Office is not able to answer tax questions or offer legal advice Please seek advice from the IRS or a tax professional Information is also available in the IRS Publication 970 Tax Benefits for Education What does the 1098T Tuition Statement look like See sample 1098 T Tuition Statement Note Documents in PDF format require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing Who can claim the American Opportunity or Lifetime Learning Tax Credit or the Higher Education Tuition and Fees Deduction An eligible taxpayer may claim them An eligible taxpayer may be the student or if the student is a dependent for federal income tax purposes the person e g parent claiming the student as a dependent A student who is a dependent cannot claim the tax credits or deduction on his or her own tax return Can my parent s other persons who may claim me as a dependent or my tax preparer receive my Form 1098 T directly As required by FERPA Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act SJSU cannot provide this information directly to parents other persons who may claim the student as a dependent or tax preparers If you are claimed as a dependent on another person s tax returns such as your parent s the student needs to provide the Form 1098 T directly to that person Why aren t there amounts in both boxes 1 and 2 on the 1098 T form Institutions may elect to report either the aggregate amount of payments received for qualified tuition and related expenses box 1 or the aggregate amount billed for qualified tuition and related expenses box 2 during the calendar year with respect to individuals enrolled for any academic period SJSU has elected to report the billable charges in box 2 This is to

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/bursar/students_parents/faqs/1098_faqs/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • About EOP | Educational Opportunity Program | San Jose State University
    FAQs GradesFirst Alumni Resources AB540 SJSU Home Educational Opportunity Program About EOP About EOP MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Navigate BACK to Educational Opportunity Program History Staff About EOP Contact Us Apply to EOP Students Requirements Workshops Events Programs FAQs GradesFirst Alumni Resources AB540 EOP Organizational Chart PDF The Educational Opportunity Program staff is committed to providing students with support services to achieve their personal and academic goals while they are in college and in preparation for success beyond their undergraduate degree Core Values Growth and development of self Community Integrity Accountability EOP is designed to improve student academic support of first generation low income and educationally disadvantaged students The program provides admission academic and financial assistance to EOP eligible undergraduate students considered California residents or AB540 students Services Provided Career exploration Community building events Educational planning appropriate to major class standing First Contact Program for new freshmen and transfers General Education advising Guardian Scholars Program ICIW Mentor Program New Student Mentor Program Summer Bridge for new freshmen Tutoring Center Workshops Academic Writing Beyond The Degree SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current Students Donors Faculty Staff Future Students Researchers Colleges Applied Sciences Arts Business Education Engineering

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/eop/about_us/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Contact Us | Educational Opportunity Program | San Jose State University
    MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Navigate BACK to About EOP History Staff Dr Debra Y Griffith Director 408 924 2637 eop sjsu edu Crystal Cooper Guardian Scholars Program Coordinator 408 924 2637 crystal cooper sjsu edu Alberto Gutierrez Transitional Programs Coordinator 408 924 2637 alberto gutierrez sjsu edu Anna Wisholek Program Specialist 408 924 2637 anna wisholek sjsu edu Cesar Delgadillo Academic Advisor Last Names A D 408 924 2637 cesar delgadillo sjsu edu Eva Chan Academic Advisor Last Names E J Training 408 924 2637 yuen chan sjsu edu Jesus Jimenez Academic Advisor Last Names K M Training 408 924 2637 jesus jimenez01 sjsu edu Alisa Patterson Academic Advisor Last Names N R 408 924 2637 alisa patterson sjsu edu Mathew Stowe Academic Advisor Last Names S Z 408 924 2637 mathew stowe sjsu edu Jenny Ballesteros Student Assistant 408 924 2637 Claudia D Amato Student Assistant 408 924 2637 Shriel Deogracias Student Assistant 408 924 2637 Frankie Garcia Student Assistant 408 924 2637 Lizeth Garcia Student Assistant 408 924 2637 Dejaniera Golson Student Assistant 408 924 2637 Jatinder Kaur Student Assistant 408 924 2637 Laura Vasquez Student Assistant 408 924 2637 SJSU Links and Resources Information

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/eop/about_us/staff/ (2016-02-13)
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