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The Califonia Student Aid Commission‘s Annual Statewide Financial Aid Workshops will be a series of webinars in the fall. In addition, North Coast Cal-SOAP has partnered with uAspire to bring you a series of five virtual trainings that will take place over the course of the school year.
The California Student Aid Commision’s Annual Statewide Financial Aid Workshops involve a three-hour Primary Session, as well as an optional 1.5-hour Secondary Session that goes more in-depth on certain subjects.
Workshop topics include updates to FAFSA and CADAA, overview of the Cal Grant programs, programs for foster youth, and new programs and legislation that impacts financial aid. Includes a digital version of the workshop workbook.
Options include: GPA Reports & Matching, Uploading 2022-2023 GPAs, Programs for Foster Youth, CADAA Overview, and Cal Grant 101.
North Coast Cal-SOAP plans to bring you up to six different webinars throughout the year. The first three trainings will be on FAFSA completion and College Affordability Planning and will be held in October. The fourth will be on SAR verification. The fifth training will cover financial aid offer review, and the final training will focus on Summer Transition and College Success.
The California Student Aid Commission, Riverside and Sacramento County Offices of Education, and uAspire we are extremely excited to invite you to the second annual California College Affordability Summit: A Pathway to Financial Aid. The event will be a one-day virtual experience free of cost for participants across the state.
uAspire is a nonprofit organization ensuring that all young people have the financial information and resources necessary to find an affordable path to and through college. Our singular focus is on college affordability and removing financial barriers so that every student has an equitable opportunity to graduate from college and succeed in life.
The California Student Aid Commission is the principal state agency responsible for administering financial aid programs for students attending public and private universities, colleges, and vocational schools in California. The Commission’s central mission is to make education beyond high school financially accessible to all Californians.
Training videos feature pre-recorded content, presented online with voice narration. Webinars will be recorded and offered as training videos.
A living archive of all financial aid and college access resources used in the Cal-SOAP Success Program. Note: To access this page, contact Rachel Perry at email@example.com.
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