- information about all student aid programs and application requirements;Special Tuition Payment Plans
- "packaging" financial aid (a combination of grants, loans and/or work-study);
- an explanation of how much aid a student is eligible to receive;
- advice on financial planning and debt management;
- counseling on how to balance an academic workload and a part-time job;
- reference books on all sources of school funds;
- advice on applying for a student loan, interest rates and payment schedules; and
- help in a financial emergency with short-term loans.
- students who have already qualified for financial aid, such as a Pell Grant or a Cal Grant;
- a student or student's family is receiving AFDC, SSI, or General Assistance/General Relief; or
- meet the following income standards:
1 member in family including yourself, $ 7,500 or less (gross income)
2 member in family including yourself, $15,000 or less (gross income)
3 member in family including yourself, $16,000 or less (gross income)
4 member in family including yourself, $17,000 or less (gross income)
*Add $1,000 for each additional dependent.