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AB 540 On-Line CSULB Resource Guide

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State Law

On October 12, 2001, Governor Gray Davis signed into law Assembly Bill 540 (Stats. 2001, ch. 814) that added a new section 68130.5 to the California Education Code. Section 68130.5 created a new exemption from the payment of nonresident tuition for certain nonresident students who have attended high school in California and received a high school diploma or its equivalent. [Education Code section 68130.5]

Admission

California Nonresident Tuition Exemption Application Formand General Information.

Resource Guide

The CSULB Resource Guide can be down loaded in PDF format. It is a compilation of guidelines, requirements, on and off campus resources, including a listing of frequently asked questions. The Guide also has a list of CSULB personnel who can advise AB 540 students, faculty and staff.

Student Support Group

AB 540 students and friends meet on a regular basis during the school year. The group advisor, Gloria Inzunza-Franco, can be reached at 562-985-4202 and gloria.inzunza-franco@csulb.edu.

Repository of Resources for Undocumented Youth

Repository of Resources for Undocumented Youth
by Dr. Alejandra Rincon, College Board

Important ALERT

WORK AUTHORIZATION & CALIFORNIA STATE FINANCIAL AID FOR UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS

Paying for College

Undocumented students, including AB 540 students are not eligible to apply for federal financial aid, however, with the passage of AB 130 and 131, state financial resources will be available in 2013 and scholarships administered by the colleges and universities are now available for AB 540 students. The following links are also recommended.

The Future

AB 540 Ally Training Project

CSULB student success's main goal is to increase student retention and graduation with highly valued degrees. In the AB 540 Ally Training Project, the University will focus on undocumented immigrant students. CSULB faculty and staff are invited to apply to become AB 540 Allies. AB 540 Allies are invited to apply to be AB 540 Champions.

AB 540 Ally Training Application

AB 540 Ally Facilitators Guide

Advising Training Material

AB 540 Ally Training Presentation