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Financial Aid/Scholarships

Financial Aid night January 10, 2019

Please join us on Thursday, January 10th at 5:30pm in the MultiPurpose Room.

 

Vance Pascua, former university director of admissions and financial aid, will be here to give an overview of the financial aid process as well as give strategies on how to maximize your financial aid offer.  He will be available to answer questions after his presentation.

All families are welcome.  Parent hours will be given.

 

Contact Suzanna Shenk-Tiffany at sshenk-tiffany@natomascharter.org with questions.

 

Useful Sites

FAFSA- Free application for federal student aid- students/parents must apply between October and March of senior year.

 

CollegeCovered.com- sponsored by Discover Card- helpful site in determining what items you need to have on hand in filing the FAFSA

Scholarship Handout

FAFSA- Cash for College Workshops

All students who wish to apply for state or federal financial aid for next year need to file a FAFSA (free application for federal student aid) between October 2017 and March 2nd, 2018. The application as noted is free and all are encouraged to apply.

 

CSAC (the California Student Aid Commission) sponsors various "cash for colleges" workshops throughout the region to assist students and families in filling out the form.  To find a workshop near you, please visit their website at Cash for College.

Help Tools

Local Scholarships

October

  • Horatio Alger Scholarship- have critical financial need (family income less than $55K per year), minimum GPA of 2.0- due October 25th

 

December

January

  • Students of African Descent -The Sacramento Links scholarship has opened for this year.  Last year, NCS students won 2 of the scholarships awarded and we should continue the trend!  Please look at the application and see what you would need to apply.  Due January 26th
  • Golden1 Scholarship Students can receive up to $5000 a year for all four years. Due January 31st

 

February

March

April

May