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Some Popular Scholarships

These are scholarships that have been received directly by our office.  There are copies in the Career Center of the information here.  Please also be sure to search places like FastWeb and Get Schooled for many more opportunities!


DVHS Scholarship (pick up the application from the Career Center or your House Office)



Family Law Scholarship Due May 31, 2017


SCW DREAMers Scholarship Due May 31, 2017


Veterinarian Science Scholarship Due July 2017


Discover® Student Loans Scholarship- Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at 


Financial Aid & Scholarships


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FAFSA en Español


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. 


Click HERE to create your FAFSA ID


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

Complete and submit the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the California Dream Act Application by March 2* of each year.


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.


For more information, please click hereAll students will need to create a web grant account here.



What is Financial Aid?

Financial Aid is the assistance students get to pay for college.  Aid comes in a few different forms:


Free Money- Scholarships & Grants

Work-based money- Work-study programs (ex. working on campus)

Loans- Subsidized and un-subsidized loans (ex. loans you don't start paying until after you graduate college)


The first step to ANY aid is to complete the FAFSA

Types of Financial Aid

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Scholarship Search

Every student needs help to pay for college. To find money to pay for college, use a search engine website such as these that are listed: 

Get Schooled!

FAFSA Questions

Please use the links below to help answer some FAFSA questions.  If you don't see your question below, please email Ms. Proznick and we'll look it up for you!


Am I Dependent or Independent?


What’s an FSA ID and Why Do I Need One?


Who’s My Parent When I Fill Out the FAFSA?


Why You Should Fill out the FAFSA ASAP