CED Lab/Shop Fee Waiver Request for Pell Grant and Dream Act Scholarship Recipients
CED has a limited amount of funding available for Fee Waivers for the coming semester. CED students who are eligible to receive either a Pell Grant or Dream Act Scholarship may apply for one of the four $100 waiver options listed below for the Fall 2019 semester.

Applications will be accepted until August 28 or funding is exhausted, whichever comes first. As funds are limited, qualified applications that meet the waiver criteria will be approved in the order date stamped on this on-line form, with priority given to 3rd and 4th year students. It is unlikely that 1st and 2nd year students will receive a waiver this year.

There are three criteria:

1) Pell Grant or Dream Act Scholarship recipient for the Fall 2019 semester,
2) Undergraduate student status (enrolled) in the College of Environmental Design Fall 2019, and
3) The order in which your application was received (with priority given to 3rd and 4th year students), until funding is exhausted.

If you are awarded a waiver, you may use it towards the purchase of any of the following CED services:

**Computer Lab (full waiver of $98 plus $2 credited to your PaperCut account for printing)
**Fabrication Shop ($100 credit towards $150 fee)
**Digital Fabrication Lab ($100 credit towards $250 fee)
**PaperCut credit for printing or for Materials Store purchases ($100 credit; Note that you must purchase a computer account in order to be able to print)

Questions can be directed to Susan Hagstrom via email: hagstrom@berkeley.edu.

Last Name *
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First Name *
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Major: *
Year in school *
Student ID Number *
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Email Address *
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Are you receiving a Pell Grant or Dream Act Scholarship for this coming semester? *
You can find this information in Cal Central in the My Finances section. Eligibility will be verified if you are selected for a waiver.
Please briefly explain how the waiver will assist you with your academic endeavors. *
This information may be used to establish a case for continued fee waivers in the future.
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