Bureau of Indian Affairs
This link to the Bureau of Indian Affairs website provides information on scholarship and financial aid opportunities for students who are of Native American ancestry.
California State University Net Price and Cost Calculator
The California State University Net Price and Cost Calculator (CSUNPCC) is part of the CSU Mentor website and is designed to allow high school and college students estimate student financial aid eligibility information through an easy to use electronic system. By completing this worksheet, the student will receive information about his or her estimated eligibility for grants and loans to attend a California State University campus.
This site is also viewable in Spanish.
California Student Aid Commission
Official State of California website providing information on Cal Grants and other California sponsored scholarship programs including the Chafee Grants for Foster Youth, the Robert C. Byrd Scholarship Program and answers to frequently asked questions.
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College Financing Calculators
Use these calculators provided by the CollegeBoard to help you figure out what college really costs and how to pay for it. If you need loans, you can also estimate the amount of debt you are going to have to pay back. Any information you enter is secure and completely confidential.
All of these links are located in the "Pay for College" section of the CollegeBoard website www.collegeboard.com.
Expected Family Contribution (EFC) Calculator
Students and their families are expected to contribute to the cost of college to the extent that they're able. Use this Expected Family Contribution (EFC) Calculator provided by the CollegeBoard to estimate how much your family will be expected to contribute, and help you gain insight into your financial aid eligibility.
FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Complete the required financial aid form online. This form can be completed in English or Spanish online. General FAFSA information is also available as well as answers to frequently asked questions.