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Checklist for Seniors

College Applications- Check deadlines

UC Application, Due Now –Nov 30th

Cal State Application, Due Now –Nov 30th



EOP- The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides assistance through mentorship, academic programs, financial assistance, counseling/advising, and other campus support services to those who are first-generation college students, and/or from low-income and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds. To be considered for EOP, you should indicate your interest when you complete the online college application, then you must fill out the EOP Application. 

          I have signed up for EOP through the UC and Cal state Applications

           I have completed the EOP Application

Biliteracy Award:  if you took AP Spanish or are taking AP Spanish and have always received A and B grades in Spanish and English, then you qualify for this award.  If you have not take/or are not taking AP Spanish  then you can take the SAT Subject test in Spanish to qualify. You should also have passed your SBAC English test with a 3 or 4.

I qualify for the Biliteracy Award through my grades in Spanish classes and English classes

I do not qualify for the Biliteracy Award


 Create a Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID at You will need this in order to complete your FAFSA.

Your parent/guardian will also need to create an FSA ID.

Check with colleges to which you are applying to determine if you need to complete the CSS/Financial Aid Profile

If you are an undocumented/DACA/AB540 student, fill out  the dream act.    

You will need:

Your parent(s)last Year's Federal Income Tax Return (Only the first 2 pages). If your parent(s) have not filed their taxes bring previous Tax Return or the FAFSA Worksheet.

Your Social Security Card/alien registration card or permanent resident card.  It is important that you enter your Number correctly.

Parent(s) date of birth and if they are LEGALLY married/divorced/separated; the month and year they were married/divorced/separated.