Cal Grant GPA Verification Process
This is an important reminder for all California students receiving financial aid. As you know, the Registrar's office reports GPA verification to the California Student Aid Commission to facilitate the Cal Grant. Here are a few reminders about the process:
- Current undergraduate students with at least 24 units “posted” at University College will have their GPA information electronically reported to the California Student Aid Commission before March 2, 2018 by the Registrar's office at University College. Note: classes currently in-process do not count toward the 24 units.
- New undergraduate students with less than 24 units transferred into University College will need to make sure their prior institution is reporting their information electronically to the California Student Aid Commission before March 2, 2018.
- If an undergraduate student does not have at least 24 units “posted” at University College and has not transferred units from another university or college, the student must contact their high school to provide the Cal Grant GPA Verification.
And remember, your FAFSA for the 2018-2019 school year is due by March 2, 2018. We wish you continued success on your academic journey.
Student Financial Services
Our mailing address is:
Azusa Pacific's University College
300 N. Lone Hill #200
San Dimas, CA 91773