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PELL GRANT

Must have a FAFSA on file and be seeking your first bachelors degree. Pell Grant is based on enrollment status and financial need - as determined by the FAFSA. Award is up to $6,095/year. 

For more information on Pell Grant, click here.

 

FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GRANT (FSEOG)

Must have a FAFSA on file. Priority in awarding is given to incoming students with the highest need ($0 EFC). Award up to $1,000/year. Funds are limited.

For more information on the FSEOG, click here.

 

FEDERAL WORK STUDY

The Federal Work Study (FWS) Program is a federally-funded, need-based, campus-based work program designed to assist students through part-time employment on-campus or with approved off-campus sites.  Eligibility is based on a student’s financial need as determined by the results of the FAFSA.  Funding and availability is limited and not guaranteed.  FWS funds are not disbursed separately to the student, nor applied to the students account; they are included in the student’s regular paycheck. 

Once you have enrolled in classes at CBU, you can obtain an employment application from the Career Center.  Students should have their application reviewed by the Financial Aid Office for FWS eligibility before submitting the application. 

Once employment is obtained and if the student is awarded FWS, the student will be notified by the Financial Aid Office. For additional instructions on applying for an on-campus job, click here.

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS

Award amounts listed are for students enrolling for the first time at California Baptist University in fall 2018. Click here for more info on qualifications and requirements. Please refer to previous catalogs for scholarship/grant awarding information for enrollment that began prior to fall 2018.

INCOMING FRESHMEN

Trustee Scholarship - $13,500
4.0 GPA and above / 1200 SAT or 25 ACT; Maintenance GPA: 3.5

Presidential Scholarship - $12,500
3.75 - 3.99 GPA / 1100 SAT or 24 ACT; Maintenance GPA: 3.2

Dean Scholarship - $11,500
3.30 - 3.74 GPA / 1020 SAT or 21 ACT; Maintenance GPA: 3.0

Director Scholarship - $7,500
3.0 - 3.29 GPA / 990 SAT or 19 ACT; Maintenance GPA: 2.75

SAT scores listed are based on critical reading/math only. These scholarships are guaranteed if academic requirements are met. Renewable if the minimum maintenance GPA is maintained.

INCOMING TRANSFER

Transfer Gold - $9,500
3.5 GPA and above; Maintenance GPA: 3.2

Transfer Blue - $7,500
3.0 - 3.49 GPA; Maintenance GPA: 2.75

To be considered a transfer student you must have completed 24 or more units from a regionally accredited college or university. Renewable if the minimum maintenance GPA is maintained.

PARTICIPANT SCHOLARSHIPS

Must be declared major and or minor:

  • Bachelors of Applied Theology (BAT) Scholarship 951-343-4248
  • Engineering Scholarship 951-343-4972
  • Graphic Design, Visual Art & Architecture 951-552-8733
  • Journalism Scholarship 951-343-4964
  • Construction Management 951-343-4972

Active participation required:

  • Athletic Scholarship 951-343-4318
  • Theater Scholarship 951-343-4319
  • Music Scholarship 951-343-4251
  • Speech/Debate Scholarship 951-343-4964

Returning students only:

  • College of Health Science Scholarship 951-343-4619
  • 2019-2020 Donor Scholarship Application opens in January/February and must be completed and submitted online by midnight on April 30, 2019. Scholarships will be awarded in June. You will be notified if you are a recipient via your Lancermail. You may also log into your account to check your status. 

OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS

CBU Grant - up to $4,000 per year Based on financial need as determined by the FAFSA. Click here for more info about qualifications and requirements. 

Ministers Kin Scholarship - up to $3,250 per year As determined by the Undergraduate Admissions office. 

Multi-Sibling Scholarship - $2,000 per year For families with two or more dependent siblings enrolled in CBU’s Traditional Undergraduate Program. Click here for more info.

CBU Cal Grant B Assistance - $7,412 for the first year Only available to students who qualify for Cal Grant B.

 

 

**Remember to notify the Financial Aid Office if your number of enrolled units is changed or adjusted, as this could affect your Financial Aid award letter.**

CAL GRANT 

Deadline is March 2nd. 

1. Must have a FAFSA on file

2. Complete the GPA Verification Form

Your High School or current college will complete/submit the bottom portion, see www.csac.ca.gov or call 1-888-224-7268 for more details

Award amount depends on the program for which you qualify (Cal Grant A or Cal Grant B) as well as the specific year of your initial award.

For more information on Cal Grant, click here or create an account here

DREAMERS

Deadline is March 2nd.

If you meet AB540 requirements, submit a CA Dream Act Application to determine if you qualify for the Cal Grant.

1. Submit the Dream Act Application

2. Complete the GPA Verification Form

Your High School or current college will complete/submit the bottom portion, see www.csac.ca.gov or call 1-888-224-7268 for more details

Award amount depends on the program for which you qualify (Cal Grant A or Cal Grant B) as well as the specific year of your initial award.  

For more information on Dream Act, click here.

CHAFEE GRANT - up to $5,000/year

Designed for students who are or were in Foster Care. 

1. Must have FAFSA on file

2. Complete the Chafee Grant Application

3. Meet the state requirements - click here to determine your eligibility or review the Chafee Fact Sheet

CAL GRANT FORMS

CAL G8 Form 'High School Certification'- Designed for students coming out of High School

CAL G6 Form 'Entitlement Transfer' - Designed for students transferring from a community college

As a new recipient of CAL Grant, each student must complete one of the forms. Create an account and/or log in here to complete the G8 or G6 form online. 

Note: If you need to complete the G8 Form, be sure to complete it after you graduate from High School (it does not have a March 2nd deadline)  

Receiving outside scholarship or grants is a great way to reduce your balance or the amount of loans you borrow in college. Make sure scholarship information and offers you receive are legitimate; and remember that you don't have to pay to find scholarships or other financial aid. Check out Federal Student Aid's information on how to avoid scams.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO CBU'S SCHOLARSHIP STATION

Please consider the following sources:

    • a high school counselor
    • your library’s reference section
    • foundations, religious or community organizations, local businesses, or civic groups
    • organizations (including professional associations) related to your field of interest
    • ethnicity-based organizations
    • your employer or your parents’ employers

Also check out the following document for more information: Scholarship Helpful Hints