Useful links to important financial aid and related sources available to students.
Californiacashforcollege.org for dates and locations of free workshops that provide line-by-line hands-on help to complete the FAFSA.
Learn more about planning for college and a career, financial aid and managing your student loan at ECMC.org/.
Complete and file the FAFSA online following the easy step-by-step instructions
Read this U.S. Department of Education publication for an overview of student aid created especially for high school juniors and younger students.
The Cal Grant and priority filing deadline is March 2nd, but financial aid is available year-round at Community Colleges. Find out how you can afford college.
At heath.gwu.edu you’ll find an online publication that covers disability-related college expenses and suggestions for college financial planning.
Learn more about financial aid for college at finaid.org; includes calculators to estimate financial aid eligibility and advice on college life.
Chafee.csac.ca.gov is about this exciting opportunity for foster youth and former foster youth.
Submit your Dream Act Application, as well as get more information and Key Dream Act Dates
Co-op.edu to learn about about scholarships and work-learn programs that incorporate paid work experience with classroom studies.
Visit americorps.gov for information and an online application for the various AmeriCorps programs.
HHS.gov contains information on federal financial aid for students in the health professions.
Check out the federal financial aid programs for veterans and their dependents at gibill.va.gov
www.gmsp.org to find out about scholarships for outstanding Pell Grant-eligible African-American, Hispanic-American, American-Indian, Alaskan-Native or Asian-Pacific Islander-American students.
Scholarshare.com has information on how to access your Governor’s Scholars Awards.
HSF.net will help you explore scholarship opportunities offered by the Hispanic Scholarship Fund.
www.petersons.com/cca/ias.asp provides information on Career College Foundation scholarships.
Learn about U.S. citizenship at www.immigration.gov.
Register at www.sss.gov for the U.S. Selective Service, if you’re required to do so.
The Financial Aid Office can receive electronic transcripts as required. This can be accomplished using one of the following two services: