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Cal Grant GPA Requirement

Filing for the March 2, 2015, Cal Grant Award Deadline
To be considered for a 2015-16 Cal Grant award, you must have completed both of these application requirements by March 2, 2015*:
1. Submitted a 2015-16 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or a 2015-16 California Dream Act Application.
2. Ensured that a certified Grade Point Average (GPA) was submitted to the California Student Aid Commission (Commission).
The Commission will not process any GPAs that may have been submitted in prior years. In order for a student to be considered for a 2015-2016 Cal Grant award, a new GPA form must be received by the Commission by the stated deadline.
The March 2, 2015, Cal Grant filing deadline has passed. The next filing deadline, for community college students only, is September 2, 2015 (see below). If circumstances beyond your control prevented the submission of your March 2 Cal Grant GPA, you may file an appeal according to the following instructions.

Filing a March 2 Late GPA Appeal
State law and Commission regulations allow students to file appeals if they were not able to submit their GPA on-time due to circumstances beyond their control. Students wishing to file an appeal to submit a late March 2 GPA must follow the instructions on the form below. All late GPA appeals and the calculated GPA must be submitted using this form and must be received by the Commission:
1. For High School Entitlement Cal Grant candidates who have or will graduate high school (or achieve the equivalent) after July 1, 2013, or Transfer Entitlement Cal Grant candidates who are planning to transfer from a California Community College four-year college in 2015-16: by May 16, 2015*.

2. For Competitive Cal Grant candidates (everyone else): by March 22, 2015*.
*Due to March 22, 2015 falling…...

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