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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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Berkeley City College has approved an initiative to waive fall 2022 fees for incoming and continuing in-state students enrolled in a minimum of three units.
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Berkeley City College has approved an initiative to waive fall 2022 fees for incoming and continuing in-state students enrolled in a minimum of three units.
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While the Cal Grant is considered a need-based form of financial aid, GPA requirements act as barriers to a seemingly scholarship-esque opportunity.
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While the Cal Grant is considered a need-based form of financial aid, GPA requirements act as barriers to a seemingly scholarship-esque opportunity.
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To support low-income students in colleges across the state, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the #CaliforniansForAll College Program.
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To support low-income students in colleges across the state, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the #CaliforniansForAll College Program.
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Many UC Berkeley students received $500 this week, as campus was given $30.4 million from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES, Act.
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Many UC Berkeley students received $500 this week, as campus was given $30.4 million from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES, Act.
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The UC and CSU systems will give emergency funds to undocumented students, who were excluded from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, which allowed qualifying citizens to receive national stimulus checks.
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The UC and CSU systems will give emergency funds to undocumented students, who were excluded from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, which allowed qualifying citizens to receive national stimulus checks.
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Uribe, a first-generation Latinx student, said he was motivated to enroll in Summer Bridge last summer to better prepare for the rigor of college.
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Uribe, a first-generation Latinx student, said he was motivated to enroll in Summer Bridge last summer to better prepare for the rigor of college.
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Facing a new national political climate, California education leaders are now urging the state’s undocumented students to apply for the California Dream Act, a financial aid program that provides scholarships for undocumented students attending state universities, which is seeing a significant decrease in application numbers.
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Facing a new national political climate, California education leaders are now urging the state’s undocumented students to apply for the California Dream Act, a financial aid program that provides scholarships for undocumented students attending state universities, which is seeing a significant decrease in application numbers.
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Despite continued lobbying efforts from leaders and supporters of public higher education, Gov. Jerry Brown’s May revision of the 2014-15 budget proposes a slight decrease in UC funding.
Despite continued lobbying efforts from leaders and supporters of public higher education, Gov. Jerry Brown’s May revision of the 2014-15 budget proposes a slight decrease in UC funding.
After receiving specific information regarding the allocation of UC President Janet Napolitano’s $5 million initiative to aid undocumented students, campus administrators are developing a plan to divide up funds between programs and financial aid for undocumented undergraduates by the end of February 2014.
After receiving specific information regarding the allocation of UC President Janet Napolitano’s $5 million initiative to aid undocumented students, campus administrators are developing a plan to divide up funds between programs and financial aid for undocumented undergraduates by the end of February 2014.
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