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CCCSFAAA Scholarship-NOW POSTPONED UNTIL LATER IN 2020, please check back!
The California Community Colleges Student Financial Aid Administrators Association
(CCCSFAAA) will sponsor a total of twenty (20) $500 student scholarships; two $500
scholarships for each of the ten California Community College regions across the state.
In addition, there will be one (1) $1,000 scholarship from the Mariana Deeken “Well,
It Depends” scholarship fund.
In order to apply for the CCCSFAAA Scholarship, you must meet the following criteria:
Be enrolled in at least 6 units for Spring 2020,
- Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.50,
- Have remaining need of at least $1,000, and
- Have applied for state and/or federal financial aid.
CCAR Scholarship Foundation (local)
The Contra Costa Association of Realtors Scholarship Foundation is offering scholarship awards of up to $10,000! Qualifying students must be residents of Contra Costa County, but may attend institutions outside of the area.
- Be currently enrolled as a full-time student or a high school graduate accepted to a full-time educational program by Fall 2020
- As a high school senior, earned a cumulative 3.5 GPA or higher, and, as a college student, earned a cumulative 3.2 GPA or higher
- Be a resident of Contra Costa County
- Must participate in student interviews on May 7-8, 2020
- Must attend the scholarship award luncheon on Friday, June 19 2020 at The Blackhawk Country Club
The Livermore-Pleasanton-Dublin Branch of AAUW (American Association of University Women) - (local)
Scholarships for CURRENT (Female) College Sophomores or Juniors
Must be all of these:
- a woman residing in Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin or Sunol OR a graduate of one of the high schools serving these communities
- a college undergraduate who will have attained junior or senior standing at the start of the upcoming fall term
- planning to attend an accredited 4 year college or university
- planning to complete your course of study
- the recipient to attend our Fall Membership Luncheon in-person or via video
DEADLINE: May 1, 2020
RaiseMe partners with universities to offer students scholarships for their achievements during community college. RaiseMe is entirely free for students!
Cal Grant B
Important! If you have been awarded a Cal Grant B, please login to WebGrants 4 Students. If you are transferring/or still have a few more semesters here and your remaining eligibilty is 200%, you should place your Cal Grant on (hold) Leave of Absense. If you have questions, please email us for assistance or contact CSAC 1-888-224-7268.
Free Workshops (see below)
It's Tax Season, Again! Get your taxes prepared for free!
CCPG Fee Waiver Information
The California College Promise Grant for California Residents (formerly known as the
BOG Fee Waiver) helps eligible students with tuition ($46 per unit). Link to Application and details.
AB 19 Promise Grant - Need Money for Books & Other Expenses? FLYER
Las Positas College has partnered with BankMobile Disbursements to deliver financial aid refunds and other credit balances to students. We are committed
to delivering 100% of students’ refunds, providing students with clear choices and
offering great customer service.
Do you need books for your classes?
Free Textbook Loaner Program (for fall/spring) brought to you by the Las Positas College Student Government. Please visit Student Life Office for details.
Financial Aid Book Loans - More Information
Free Preschool Program for Qualifying Families
- Click here for infomational flyer - 925-424-1560
There are currently no Federal Work-Study Jobs for spring.
Please check back.
Tri-Valley Career Center
Workshops, Employment Information, etc.
FAFSA/DREAM Act Application
A new FAFSA must be filed every year starting October 1st. The Cal Grant deadline (through the FAFSA/Dream Act Application) is March 2nd of every year. It is one application to apply for a Pell Grant, a Cal Grant, and Fee Waiver and it is by completing the FAFSA. Please read more on Cal Grants.
2019-2020 FAFSA is for a *Fee Waiver for summer 2019, fall 2019, & spring 2020, Pell grant for fall 2019, spring 2020, summer 2020 (if eligible) *Remember, the deadline to qualify for a Promise Grant Fee Waiver is the last day of the spring semester.
2020-2021 FAFSA is for a Fee Waiver for summer 2019, fall 2020, & spring 2021, Pell grant for fall 2020, spring 2021, summer 2021 (if eligible)
_______For AB 540 (Undocumented) Students______
If you are completing the DREAM Act Application, it must be submitted no later than March 2 of each year. But if you missed the March 2 Cal Grant deadline, you can still file the application to find out if you are eligible for a Fee Waiver or Cal Grant.
Year-Round Pell Grants
The U.S. Department of Education has recently implemented Year-Round Pell Grants, allowing students to receive up to 150% of a regular grant award over the course of the academic year (fall, spring, and summer) so that they can continue taking classes in the summer and finish their degrees faster than they would otherwise. Click here for more information regarding Year-Round Pell Grants.
Summer Pell Grants (Example)
Click here in regard to summer Pell Grants
Looking for a job or an internship?
Please review the Las Positas College Internship and Job Board at http://laspositascollege.edu/internship-job-board/
More than 100 jobs posted! Over 500 employers and over 900 students and alumni are
registered. Students have landed excellent positions, such as marketing internships
with the Transit Authority and IT positions at banks.
If students have questions, they can email WBL@laspositascollege.edu.
If you cannot find your Financial Aid Information on the Zone or CLASS-Web.
Reasons may be:
- You have NOT completed your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or DREAM Application or you have completed the incorrect aid year
- You have NOT entered our College/ Federal School Code (030357) in your submitted FAFSA or DREAM Application
- You have completed your FAFSA but we have NOT received it. It takes approximately 7-10 days after your FAFSA submission for us to retrieve your information (The DREAM Application takes much longer.)
Always double check:
- Make sure you have completed the correct FAFSA for the appropriate Financial Aid Year.
- Submit your FAFSA by using your FSA ID