?are primarily awarded based on a student's financial need and don't have to be repaid.
?are awarded to students based on exceptional merit.
?awards allow eligible students to earn money through employment.
?are financial aid awards that must be repaid with interest after graduation.
Get help with your costs:
- The University of California ?covers the UC tuition and student services fee ($12,570) for eligible California undergraduates with annual family incomes of up to $80,000.
- The UC Davis??awards about $3,771 annually to eligible California undergraduates whose annual family incomes are between $80,000 and $120,000.
- The?California provides awards to undergraduates based on a sliding scale for family incomes up to $171,000, with a maximum annual household asset amount of $171,000.
- , you must file either the or . For full financial aid eligibility and consideration, be sure to file your application each year by the March 2 priority deadline.