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    FAFSA: https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa

     

    What is it?

    An application for federal and state financial aid for colleges, universities, and trade schools.

     

    Who can apply?

    US citizens and some documented immigrants. (If you do not qualify, please check out the California Dream Act application below!)

     

    What can I get?

    Grants (free money you do NOT have to pay back)

    Student loans (money you DO have to pay back)

    Work Study (money you can earn with a part-time job)

     

    Will financial aid cover all of my college costs?

    It depends!  Each college you apply to will use the information provided in your FAFSA to create a personalized financial aid package.  For many of our students, your financial aid package does not cover ALL of your college expenses.  That's why it's important to apply to SCHOLARSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS!

     

    What do I need to apply?

    Your social security number (if you do not have a SSN, please look below at the CA Dream Act application)

    Your full legal name (as written on your social security number)

    Your parent's taxes from last year

    Class of 2021 = Parent's 2019 taxes

    Class of 2022 = Parent's 2020 taxes

    Your parent's full legal name (as written on their taxes)

    Your parent's social security numbers (if they have it)

    Your address (as written on your parent's taxes)

    Your parent's phone number and email address (if they have one)

    Your parent's date of marriage (MM/DD/YYYY)

     

     When does the application open?

    October 1st

     

     DEADLINE:

    MARCH 2ND!!!

     

    What do I need to do first?

    Create your FSAID: https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm

     

     


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    CA Dream Act Applicattion: https://dream.csac.ca.gov/

     

    What is it?

    An application for state financial aid for California colleges, universities, and trade schools.

     

    Who can apply?

    Undocumented students who have attended school in California for at least 3 years (these years do NOT have to be back-to-back/consecutive years)

     

    What can I get?

    Grants (free money you do NOT have to pay back)

    Student loans (money you DO have to pay back)

     

    Will financial aid cover all of my college costs?

    It depends!  Each college you apply to will use the information provided in your FAFSA to create a personalized financial aid package.  For many of our students, your financial aid package does not cover ALL of your college expenses.  That's why it's important to apply to SCHOLARSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS!

     

    What do I need to apply?

    Your full legal name (as written on your social security number)

    Your parent's taxes from last year (if they submitted them)

    Class of 2021 = Parent's 2019 taxes

    Class of 2022 = Parent's 2020 taxes

    Your parent's full legal name (as written on their taxes)

    Your parent's social security numbers (if they have it)

    Your address (as written on your parent's taxes)

    Your parent's phone number and email address (if they have one)

    Your parent's date of marriage (MM/DD/YYYY)

     

     When does the application open?

    October 1st

     

     DEADLINE:

    MARCH 2ND!!!

     


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    California Student Aid Commission

    CALGRANT / WEBGRANT

     

    To qualify for financial aid from the state of California, you MUST:

    Complete your financial aid FAFSA/CA Dream Act application BEFORE MARCH 2nd!!!

     

    Anything else I need to do?

    Yes!  After March 2nd, please create and log onto your webgrant account here.

    After you declare your college (usually done by May 1st), log into your webgrant account in order to update your College name and check the status of your California grant.