College, Career, & Scholarship Resources

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Financial Aid

  • Race to Complete

    *NEW* Click here to view the Statewide Race to Submit dashboard

    The California Dream Act allows undocumented and nonresident documented students who meet certain provisions to apply for and receive private scholarships funded through public universities, state-administered financial aid, University grants, community college fee waivers, and Cal Grants. Students who live in California and meet the eligibility requirements of Assembly Bill (AB) 540 or AB 2000, as well as students who have a U Visa or TPS status, can use the California Dream Act application (CADAA). The California Dream Act Application can be found at www.caldreamact.org.

    *OPENS OCTOBER 1*  FAFSA: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a form that can be prepared annually by current and prospective college students to determine their eligibility for student financial aid for college and career school. Applications must be submitted by March 2, 2021.

    All SUSD 12th graders can (and should) apply for financial aid! In order to qualify for aid, students must complete the California Dream Act Application or the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). For more information, contact your school counselor.

College Applications

Scholarships & Grants

  • Other Helpful Resources

    Collegeboard / The SAT Test: The SAT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. The College Board also offers an extensive list of scholarships, test prep, articles, college search tools and more. Schedule your SAT at Collegeboard.org. Fee waivers are available; talk with your school counselor.  

    The ACT Test: The ACT is a national college admissions examination that consists of subject area tests in English, Mathematics, Reading, Science. The ACT of writing includes the four subject area tests plus a 40-minute writing test. ACT results are accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the US. Fee waivers are available; talk with your school counselor.

    Xello: An interactive tool to help students of all ages learn about themselves, matching careers and develops a plan to help them reach their goals.  This service is provided to all SUSD students currently enrolled in school from grades K-Adult.

    Scholarships.com: Search an extensive list of available scholarships.

    Questbridge: QuestBridge is a national nonprofit based in Palo Alto, California that connects the nation’s most exceptional, low-income youth with leading colleges and opportunities.

    BigFuture: The step-by-step guide to planning your future

    Peterson's: Find scholarships and the tools and tips you need to start your search. 

    Fast Web: Fast Web will connect you with scholarships, colleges, financial aid and more.

    UniversityHQ: Receive information on degrees, career options, accredited universities and programs, and financial aid. View and download guides, browse career listings and search through salary information.