Senate Bill 68 (SB 68)
SB 68 further expands in-state tuition eligibility in California beyond the current requirements for AB 540/AB 2000. Due to this new law, more students are elegible to pay in-state tuition at California public colleges.
SB 68 allows students to count full-time attendance at a California Community College, Adult School, Department of Rehabilitation and Correction School, High School, or combination of these schools to meet the 3 years AB540 requirements.
Students will be able to use an Associate’s Degree or the fulfillment of the minimum transfer requirements for the UCs or CSUs to meet the requirements. Contact the school you plan to attend for further information.
- Undocumented individuals
- T and U visa holders
- U.S. citizens
- Lawfully present immigrants who meet the eligibility criteria above can apply if their classes were taken in 2001 or after
- Individuals with international student visas, visitor visas, or other “nonimmigrants” statuses are not eligible to apply
For more information, visit: Immigrants Rising