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How Colleges Award Financial Aid
University of California Admissions
The main site to apply and find information about University of California (UC) campuses.
www.act.org
Use this site for ACT registration and career planning information. Fee waivers must be used with paper applications.
www.californiacolleges.edu
A site to explore all colleges in California
www.collegeboard.com
The College Board has information about various universities and colleges. You may also register for the SAT, Subject Tests, and CSS/Financial Aid Profile. The College Board highly recommends that you handle all your registration with them on line. Fee Waivers for SAT and Subject Tests may be used on line.
www.csuenglishsuccess.org
Preparation for English placement test for California State University campuses.
www.csumathsuccess.org
Preparation for Math placement test for California State University campuses.
www.csumentor.edu
Students of any grade may start a portfolio on csumentor.They may also answer some questions and “MENTOR” will match them with one of the California State University (CSU) campuses that will meet their needs. Where you apply to the CSU campuses.
www.fafsa.ed.gov
If you wish to apply for government financial aid, you may complete your FAFSA on line during your senior year between January 1 and March 2. Do not forget to also do the Cal Grant GPA Verification Form that will be available in the College/ Career Center.
www.fastweb.com
This is a free scholarship search that matches talents and interests with money for college, The service is free. There is some advertising involved and student’s must say “no” if they do not wish to sign up for any of the products.