Many California students are getting ready to start the academic year without Cal Grants, the state's primary student aid program, The Sacramento Bee reported. The students are eligible, but the state hasn't finished its budget so grants cannot be sent out. University of California and California State University campuses, and some private colleges, will advance students the money, but many community colleges and private colleges that serve many low-income students don't have the funds to do so, the Bee reported.
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