If you are eligible, you may receive up to $1,000 during the first three weeks of the semester. That is from August 15th through September 5th, 2018. From September 6th through December 14th, 2018 the maximum Living Expense loan amount is $775.  The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office may, at its discretion and on case-by case basis, approve more than one loan per semester per student and/or approve a loan in excess of $775. Such approval requires authorization from an appropriate representative of the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office, or a delegated official, and eligible students may be required to sign a revised promissory note. Students may receive these short-term, emergency funds via paper check at Cal Student Central or in their personal bank account via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). Note: If your EFT is not active, a paper check will be printed for pick up at 120 Sproul Hall at Cal Student Central from 11 A.M. to 4 P.M. Loan disbursements will not be split across multiple payment methods.
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