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Please visit our Financial Aid page for more FAFSA and scholarship information. FAFSA Workshops will be offered in the Career Center at 6 pm on Feb 16 and March 23.
If you don't have a Social Security number click here to apply and find out more information about the CA Dream Act. There are many financial aid options for students, no matter what their background!
If you will be an international student at university, be sure to talk with the international admissions coordinator at the university you plan to attend. They will guide you through specific application requirements that may include: official translations of your secondary school transcripts, a TOEFL exam, and F-1/J-1/M-1 visa applications and requirements.
Apply for a Cal Grant in 2 easy steps!
Step 1: Application
Step 2: Certificated GPA
File a certified grade point average (GPA) with the California Student Aid Commission by no later than March 2*.
Public high schools and public charter schools are mandated in legislation to automatically submit their current senior year students’ certified GPAs with the Commission, unless the parent or student has opted out.