Student Aid Commission (California)
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<p>'''California Student Aid Commission''', an independent board created by the Governor's Office, offers many financial aid programs for studying beyond high school.</p><br>
Revision as of 16:41, 30 June 2010
The California Student Aid Commission, an independent board created by the Governor's Office, offers many financial aid programs for studying beyond high school.
California Student Aid Commission
10834 International Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
P.O. Box 419026
Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-9026
Financial aid includes grants, scholarships and fellowships that do not have to be repaid; has work programs that offer student employment and student loans that must be repaid Programs include Cal Grants, graduate fellowships, and state work study programs.
Financial programs requiring no repayment:
Federal Pell Grant
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
Low interest loans requiring repayment:
Federal Perkins Loan
Federal Stafford Loan and Subsidized Stafford Loan
Federal PLUS Loan
Collecting on Student Loans:
The Student Aid Commission may hire collection agencies to collect from students who have not paid off their loans (defaulted on the loan). To talk with staff about a defaulted loan, call: (800) 367-1589.
Publications available: None are offered by the Consumer Information Center
See also: Contact the Financial Aid Office at the university of choice for financial options.
Other referrals: Education