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Programs that enable students who demonstrate financial need to obtain the financial assistance they require to meet their educational and living expenses while in school. Most students receive a financial aid package which includes aid from a combination of sources that may include loans, scholarships, grants, work-study awards, and fellowships or assistantships for graduate students. Also included are programs that help current and former students make arrangements to defer, repay or obtain forgiveness for student loans.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Cal Grants, California Student Aid CommissionFunded by the State of California and administered by the California Student Aid Commission, Cal Grants are given to graduating or recently graduated high school students. Cal Grants do not have to be paid back and are guaranteed. With a Cal Grant the student can get up to $8,300 a year to pay for college expenses at any qualified California college, university or career college. Depending on which Cal Grant the student gets, the money can be used for tuition, room and board, and books.Cal GrantsCalifornia Student Aid Commission
College Bound/Educational, Just In Time for Foster YouthFormer Foster Youths who have been accepted to four-year colleges and need help at this single significant juncture- dormitory room deposits, books, dorm furnishings, etc. Former College Bound Youth are graduating college and getting jobs or continuing on for post-graduate/professional degrees.CentralCollege Bound/ EducationalJust In Time for Foster Youth
Educational Talent Search (ETS), Wahupa Educational ServicesIdentifies and assists qualified high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds who have the potential to succeed in higher education. The program provides academic, career, and financial counseling to its participants and encourages them to graduate from high school and continue on to and complete their postsecondary education. - Academic Counseling on SAT/ACT test and A-G rigorous course selection - Tutoring Connection - College and Financial aid information, and application assistance - Financial/Economic Literacy ConnectionCentralEducational Talent SearchWahupa Educational Enterprises, Inc
EOPSOffers grants and special services beyond regular college programs to qualified students from economically disadvantaged families. Services include: special EOPS grants, peer counseling, child care grants, bus passes, parking and ID fees, book grants, assistance in transferring to a four-year institution, pre-enrollment advisement, classes to achieve success in college, community referrals, applications and other forms. A child care referral list is also maintained.North CoastalExtended Opportunity Programs and ServicesMiracosta College
Extended Opportunity Program and Services, Imperial Valley CollegeExtended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state funded program designed to provide academic support services to low income and educationally disadvantaged students. Provides the following services below: -Counseling Services (EOPS) - Counselors provide academic, career and personal counseling to our students. -Priority Registration (EOPS) - EOPS students are eligible for priority registration which means that they will have an early priority registration Tutoring Services (EOPS) - One on One tutoring is available. -Transportation (EOPS) - Bus Passes are available for EOPS students (25 tickets every 2 weeks) -Book Gift Card (EOPS) - Book Gift Cards are available at the beginning of the semester, Assistance with Signing up for classes/registration Assistance with Financial -Also provides Aid Housing Assistance Referrals, Emergency Food Assistance Referrals, Health Insurance Assistance Referrals, Mental Health Services Referrals, Domestic Violence Services Referrals, Personal Counseling Services, Job Training Referrals, Child Care Referrals Foster Youth and some special populations such as Homeless students may qualify for meal passes.Extended Opportunity Program and SevicesImperial Valley College

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