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General College Information

UC/CSU Guidelines

The following link is the A-G criteria established by the UC system. Please click to view and talk to your assigned High School Advisor about completing these courses for entrance into a UC/CSU system school.
A-G Criteria

A new and exciting college and career exploratory website can help students find out about various colleges, explore careers, find financial aid information, and much more! Click on the link below to tour the website now!
When you sign up for a My U-PLANit account you can:
*Create a list of the colleges and careers that interest YOU!
*Save your favorite videos.
*Keep track of your high school classes and the grades you earn.
*Figure out the classes you need to graduate and get into college.

California Post Secondary Guide
Searching for the right college can be quite overwhelming. Now there is a website available to assist you in exploring and comparing colleges. The California Post Secondary Guide will help you choose a major, choose a college, research admission requirements, and financial aid planning. Visit the website below to get started with your future.

Is College Worth It?
report published 5/16/2011 by Pew Research Center

College Information: Take control of your future! Visit and for planning and financial aid information. You may also visit for a planning chart as well as information on the California educational system at a glance. FrugalDad is a website geared to helping students and families find available resources for college. has decided to focus its subject matter more narrowly on issues of higher education and how to pay for college. Explore FrugalDad and find the quick answers you may be seeking for college advice.

Financial Aid
Finding money for college is not an easy process, but there is money available. Here are a few websites to help you search for the right college scholarship.

How do you fund college? You can now fill out your Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA). Be sure to fill this out no matter where you plan to attend college. Almost every college in America uses the information in the FAFSA to determine financial aid packages.  To be considered for federal student aid for the 2017-2018 award year, you can complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) between October 1, 2016 & midnight Central Time, June 30, 2018.

California Student Aid Commission list of resources