For the 2012-2013 Award Year, City College of San Francisco will be automatically send to the California Student Aid Commission qualifying grade point averages (GPAs) for students who attended CCSF during the past two years.
Qualifying students need to meet the following criteria:
- Students who have 24 or more degreeapplicable/transferable units at CCSF.
Students who have completed between 16 and 23 units out of which at least 16 are degree applicable/transferable units.
In addition, students who are transferring units from other colleges/universities to City College of San Francisco must submit a hard copy of the Cal Grant GPA Verification Form and official academic transcripts from all other college/universities to the Office of Admissions and Records, Conlan Hall, Room 107. Documents must be submitted by February 28, 2012 for the March 2nd deadline or by August 30, 2012 for the September 3rd deadline.
It is strongly recommending that students who graduated from a California high school within the past five years submit their high school GPA to the California Student Aid Commission by the above deadlines.
All students who wish to apply for Cal Grant must have provided a Valid social security number with the Office of Admissions and Records.
CCSF is confident that this new GPA verification process will maximize the student’s opportunity of being awarded a Cal Grant.
Questions regarding the Cal Grant Program should be directed to the Financial Aid Office. Question regarding GPA calculation should be directed to the Office of Admissions and Records.