Community College Completion Grant

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The Community College Completion Grant (CCCG) is a financial aid award designed to encourage California community college students to complete their degree or certificate on time, and may provide an additional $1,500 per academic year ($750 per semester) in financial aid to qualified recipients. To qualify, you must:

• Be a Cal Grant recipient and Full-Time Student Success Grant
  recipient for the same term.
• Talk to a college counselor/advisor to setup a Comprehensive
   Student Education Plan (SEP) and then follow it until you
   complete your degree or certificate. The SEP is your path to
   competing your program of study and will outline the classes you
   need to take to meet the program requirements.*
• Maintain a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA.
• Enroll and complete 15 units/semester or 30 units per academic
   year in courses listed in the SEP.*

*If you fall off pace in completing your program within the established Comprehensive Student Education Plan (SEP) timeframe, you will be removed from this program and will not be eligible for additional grant payments. Funding for this grant is limited, so apply early for your best chance to qualify.