Student Resources

2019 Cash for College GraphicNumerous high schools throughout Sacramento County are hosting free Cal Grant application workshops in the communities of Arden Arcade, Calvine, Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks, North Highlands, Rancho Cordova, Sheldon, and Rosemont.

Parents and students can receive assistance with grant applications, including FAFSA*, the Middle Class Scholarship, the Dream Act, and Chaffe Grants from representatives with the Sacramento County of Education and the California Student Opportunity and Access Program, (Cal-SOAP). These Cash for College application workshops are open to everyone regardless of where your child attends high school.

Financial Aid Checklists - these checklists can help you plan and pay for college.

*FAFSA is the application for federal student aid like Pell Grant, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG), TEACH Grant, and federal student loans as well as state financial aid like Cal Grants. Most institutions also use the FAFSA for institutional need-based financial aid.


Additional Resources:

California Public Higher Education Institutions:

  • California Community Colleges
    1102 Q Street Sacramento, CA 95811
    www.cccco.edu
     
  • University of California System
    1111 Franklin Street
    Oakland, CA 94607
    www.ucop.edu
     
  • Association of Independent California Colleges
    1100 11th Street
    Suite 10
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    www.aiccu.edu
     
  • California State University System
    401 Golden Shore
    Long Beach, CA 90802
    www.calstate.edu

 

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