California Dream Act

California Dream Act 

In 2012, California public universities and colleges implemented Assembly Bill 130 ad Assembly Bill 131, also known as the California Dream Act. The California Dream Act provides eligibility for in-state funded financial aid to students from all public systems UC, CSU, CCC who met eligible for AB 540, AB 2000, and/or SB 68.

The California Dream Act is not conditional on student’s current immigration status nor on students Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) eligibility. If you have further questions, including how to ensure you are completing the correct financial aid application visit.

California Dream Act FAQ’s for Students and parents

Important: Complete the California Dream Act Application every year by the March 2 filing deadline 

Selective Services

If you are a male between ages, 18 and 25 and applying for the California Dream Act you must register for Selective Service. If you do not have a Social Security Number (SSN) or have been issued a SSN through Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), you may register for Selective Service by visiting your local Post Office and filling out a paper form.

Instructions to submitting Selective Service Form without a social security number: 

  1. Print Selective Service Form 
  2. Complete form ( Leave space blank if you do not yet have a social security number) 
  3. Mail completed form to :

         Selective Service System

         P.O. Box 94739

         Palatine, IL 60094-4739