BOG

California Community Colleges LogoBoard of Governors Fee Waiver:

The Board of Governors Fee Waiver program is a State financial aid program administered by the Chancellor's Office of the community college system.

Only California residents may apply. This fee waiver waives the enrollment and student center fees portion of your registration.

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Students who received a BOG for 2013-2014 must reapply for the 2014-2015 school year. Summer 2014 is the start of the new year for BOG. If you have completed the 2014-2015 financial aid application (FAFSA or Dream Act), please check myHancock to see if your BOG has been awarded to you

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Attention Students!!  Beginning 2015-16 school year, BOG will be implementing academic standards.  These changes may affect your BOG eligibility for 2015-16 school year.  Keep checking Allan Hancock's website and/or myHancock financial aid messages/deadlines for updates.

Do not mail your BOG application with your registration packet. Prior to submitting your packet, take the BOG application to the Financial Aid office. Staff will determine your eligibility at that time.

The BOG is separate from other financial aid programs and has its own application form and eligibility criteria.There are three types of BOGs: A, B, and C:

BOG-A - Recipients of public assistance (e.g., General Assistance/Relief, TANF/CalWORKs, SSI) are eligible for BOG-A. Proper documentation must be provided to the Financial Aid office to receive BOG-A.

BOG-B - Eligibility for BOG-B is based on household size and total family income for the calendar year preceding the academic year for which the student is applying.

BOG-C - In order to be eligible for BOG-C, you must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have demonstrated financial need as determined by the Financial Aid office. You can complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov.

 

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Ivan Lucatero

Ivan Lucatero
Cal Poly SLO, Aerospace Engineering

I excelled in math and science in school, so engineering was the right fit and I just had to figure out how to get it done. Throughout high school, I took courses at Allan Hancock College (AHC), and graduated as my high school valedictorian. I then attended AHC in search of a smooth transition to a university. I was able to take my lower division engineering courses and form a great relationship with my professors. While at AHC, I received multiple scholarships form the Allan Hancock Foundation, Santa Barbara Foundation, and MESA-NSF Scholarship. I then attended California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, to pursue an aerospace engineering degree. After just one year at Cal Poly, I was accepted into one of the most prestigious internship programs that NASA offers, the Aeronautics Academy.
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