California Dream Act
Use this site to apply for financial aid if your are undocumented (AB540) and do not have a social security numer.
California Student Aid Commission
The California Student Aid Commission’s website contains information on the state’s financial aid programs, including Cal Grants.
CHASE bank offers a countdown to college calendar, a Financial Aid 101 section, and more detailed information about your financial aid options including education loans.
This site provides a wealth of links to 101 other sites that provide specific information on scholarships.
Financial Aid (FAFSA)
Use this site to apply for financial aid. You will need your parent's income-tax information, yours and theres SSN. Every senior is strongly encouraged to apply for financial aid. The FAFSA must be submitted by March 2 each year.
Ask the advisor. This site leads you to free scholarship searches, loan calculators, scholarship scam alerts, strategies for maximizing aid eligibility, and comprehensive questions and answers.
This site leads assists you in any questions you may have regarding your Social Security Number and obtaining replacement cards. Remember – you must have a social security number to receive financial aid.
This web site at the U.S. Department of Education tells you everything you need to know about getting federal student aid to help pay for education after high school. You can fill out and transmit the FAFSA with step-by-step instructions in English or Spanish, get a PIN to sign your FAFSA electronically, correct information on you SAR, and find everything you need to know about federal student aid programs.