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Cash For College Night  

Oct. 8, 2019 - 6:00PM

Workshops in English & Spanish

Financial Aid & Scholarship Information

Financial aid may come from sources such as the government (state and federal), the college you attend, and private organizations. Monies may be in the form of grants, scholarships, work-study, or loans. Financial aid is meant for use at 2 and 4-year colleges, trade or career schools, and graduate school. 

Even if you don't think you will qualify for financial aid, several loans, grants, and scholarships require that you complete a FAFSA or Dream Act Application.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA | Create your FSA ID
Complete the FAFSA by the March 2nd deadline in order to qualify for all Federal and State scholarships, grants and loans.

The California Dream Act The California Dream Act Information & Application   AB 540 is a California law that allows students, including undocumented students, who have attended a high school in California for at least three years and graduated or attained the equivalent of a high school diploma, to pay in-state tuition to attend California public colleges or universities

Students - log into your Naviance account for the list of current scholarships.

Several scholarships will require a letter of recommendation.  Please give recommenders at least two weeks to write a letter.  Letter of recommendation forms are located in the C&CC.

Scholarship Search Sites

Resources for Undocumented Students