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Planning for tHE costs of college and career training

Planning for tHE costs of college and career training

As students and families prepare for college or career education, it is important to understand the costs and how financial aid works, to learn about the different types of aid, and how to find out if you’re eligible and estimate what aid you may be eligible to receive. Financial aid to pay for college is available from a variety of sources. Student aid includes grants, scholarships, work-study jobs, and loans. Please use the resources below to find step-by-step guides to applying for and receiving aid.
FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES

FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES

 
For information about how to complete and submit the FAFSA, which opens October 1, please visit the FAFSA website directly to view resources, including Filling Out the FAFSA® Form at https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa/filling-out
 
The site includes:
  •  The types of documentation and personal information that each student financial aid application requires, including, but not necessarily limited to, documents relating to income taxes, finances and income, college choices, academic status, and personal identification such as social security or taxpayer identification numbers.
  • An explanation of definitions used for each application. These definitions may include, but are not necessarily limited to, definitions of “legal guardianship,” “household size,” “parent,” “dependent,” and “taxable college grants and scholarships.”
  • Eligibility requirements for student financial aid that may be applied for using the FAFSA or the California Dream Act Application.
  • Application timelines and submission deadlines.