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There are many great academic programs at the University of California (UC), and the school also works hard to make sure that everyone can get an education. The Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan is one of the many financial aid programs that stands out as a bright spot for students who want to go to college but don't want to take on too much debt.
This blog post goes into detail about the Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan. It gives an overview, lists the perks, explains who is eligible, and gives a step-by-step guide on how to apply. It also has official backlinks for more information. Overview of the Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan
The Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan is designed to support undergraduates from California whose family incomes are less than $80,000 a year. It ensures that eligible students will not have to pay UC’s systemwide tuition and fees out of their own pockets. This initiative is part of UC's broader effort to ensure that financial constraints do not hinder talented students from pursuing their educational aspirations.
Bachelor-level programs at the University of California.
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The following subjects are available to study under this scholarship program.
- All Subjects
The plan covers the costs of going to school, such as the tuition and fees for the whole UC system for the school year. It's important to know that the Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan doesn't pay for things like books, room and board, or other living bills. But a lot of students who need extra money will be able to get it to cover these bills.
Be a California resident or have AB 540 status.
To qualify for the Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Be a California resident or have AB 540 status.
- Have a total family income of less than $80,000.
- Apply for financial aid on time by submitting the FAFSA or California Dream Act Application by the deadline.
- Be in their first four years as a UC undergraduate (or first two for transfer students).
- Maintain satisfactory academic progress.
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