College Going Resources
Below you will find various resources that will help you and your family in your journey to life after high school. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list and resources will continue to be added, shared via Naviance, and sent out to families.
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College Search and Applications
- Common Application: (12th Grade) College application portal for over 700 colleges and universities.
- California Community Colleges: (11-12th Grade) There are 112 community colleges in California that provide students with an entry into their higher education journey.
- CSU Mentor: (11-12th Grade) A website designed to help students and their families learn about the California State University (CSU) system.
- University of California Admissions Requirements: (11-12th Grade) When you apply to UC, you’re taking the first step in joining the UC community and becoming part of the world’s premier public university system.
- University of California – Undergrad Admissions Examination RequirementsStudents applying for admission to the fall term must take their admissions tests no later than December of the senior year/last year prior to high school/secondary school graduation, preferably earlier. It is unlikely that scores from tests taken after December will arrive in our office in time for our review process.
- California Colleges.EDU: (9-12th Grade) The official source of college and career planning in California.
- The College Board: (9-12th Grade) A mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity.
- Off to College: (9-11th Grade) College planning guides, tips on college searches, applying to college, writing a college essay, and monthly checklists
- Financial Aid Finder: Let’s face it financial aid is as confusing as it is necessary to a college education! That is why we have designed this website to act as a guide and solution to your financial aid concerns. Please use our free resource to find answers to your questions on every type of college financial aid question!
- Paying for University of California: Every qualified student, regardless of income, who dreams big and works hard should be able to enroll, thrive and graduate from the greatest public university system in the world. That’s why we have one of the most generous and progressive financial aid programs in the nation.