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La ley Dream Act de California en español

The California Dream Act (AB130 and AB131) passed, and became effective January 1, 2013. This Act now includes BOG Fee Waiver eligibility for qualified students with an AB540 residency exemption at community colleges (beginning Spring 2013 term), and potential Cal Grant eligibility beginning Fall 2013.

AB540 BOG Fee Waivers can be applied for NOW for SPRING 2013:
By meeting the income qualifications and completing the SRJC AB540 Spring 2013 BOG application at

For FALL 2013/SPRING 2014 AB540 BOG Fee Waivers, students can apply two ways:

  1. By meeting the income qualifications and completing the SRJC AB540 2013/14 BOG application at (link to be available starting March 1, 2013)
  2. By meeting the income qualifications and completing the California Dream Act application with the California Student Aid Commission at

For FALL 2013/SPRING 2014 Cal Grant eligibility, students must complete the Dream Act application at AND complete the non-SSN GPA verification form at Both items must be completed prior to March 2, 2013.

Tips for the Dream Act Application:

  1. Have you and your parents' 2012 income information or W-2s
  2. Create a PIN (electronic signature for the application) for you and your parents

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