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Cal Grant/Financial Aid Information

Financial Aid Information

If you missed FAFSA Night please visit the link below to view the webinar.

Presented by: Mr. Dennis Schroeder, Financial Director LA Mission College.


Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): Be sure to visit their website to check due dates if you are going to Community College.  Visit: For Undocumented/Dreamer Student web page (California Dream Act Application) at Additional information: CASH FOR COLLEGE

Urgent Notice from CA Student Aid Commission (State and Federal Funds):  CLICK HERE  IMPORTANT: The FAFSA application deadline is March 2nd annually for 4-year colleges. If you missed the deadline you may not be eligible to receive Cal Grant Awards. 

  • Students be sure to use your family's 2022 financial records when completing your FAFSA!!!


What I Wish I Had Known About Paying for College  A college junior reflects on everything she wishes she’d known before making her plan to pay for college. Share her relatable tips and insights with your college-bound seniors.

Have You Considered Alternative Ways to Pay for College? There are options outside of the traditional methods to help cover college costs. This easy-to-share chart reviews the pros and cons of some alternative ways to pay for college.

Can I Afford College? Financial Aid Workshop - Hosted By: Talia Guiragossian-USC Advising Corps If you missed the live webinar you can see the recording: Click Here




Senior Power Point Presentation 2020-21. Main topics: College admission application process and financial aid.


US Dept. of Education: College Scorecard-Estimate the cost of college


Learn how to beat the high cost of college“Avoiding the most common mistakes parents make” - Financial Aid Mini Recorded Workshop #3 provided by HEFAR, Higher Education Financial Aid Resources. HEFAR Group is a non-profit company with a mission to help make college more affordable for everyone. They know the “loopholes” available to help you get more free money for college.  Their website: money4college.orgClick the link below to view their recorded Zoom Mini Workshop:


Students must obtain an FAFSA ID at  to be able to login to the application.For more information on how to pay for college, check out the link below: Guide to Paying for College - Financial Aid, Scholarships, Savings, & Student Loans


Also, visit - has resources to help you set your students up for success. Paying for College: To help parents and students navigate their options, created videos that address student loan questions and bust common myths about interest rateshow much to borrow and the need for a cosigner