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CalGrant: income and asset ceilings

crizellocrizello Registered User Posts: 1,293 Senior Member

Does a person need to meet BOTH the income and asset ceilings to qualify for a CalGrant?

For example, we meet the income ceiling but are above in assets (because we have been saving for college)

Does that mean that we will automatically be rejected for a CalGrant?

Without this, it will be almost impossible to pay for an education, that's for sure.

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