Sophomores and juniors
Keep track of your Cal Grant GPA that is listed on your transcript. Only 10th and 11th semester grades count — no weighted credit and no physical education — in building your Cal Grant GPA. Why does it matter? Having a 3.0+ Cal Grant GPA at the end of your junior year qualifies you academically for a Cal Grant, which currently pays up to $12,192 per year of college! Income ceilings are posted online. GPAs of 2.0+ may qualify, but require much lower family income. More information about Cal Grants is available online.
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