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Financial Aid/Scholarships

FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid and Cal Grant Information

General Information

  • There will be a FAFSA Presentation/Overview at GOHS PAC (Performing Arts Center) on October 12th during COLLEGE NIGHT from 6:30-8:30 pm.
  • The FAFSA is the online Application for Federal Aid and Calgrants – Grants, Scholarships, Preferred Loans, Work Study, … for students pursuing Universities, Community Colleges, Institutes, Technical, and Vocational Schools.
  • Universities, community colleges, and vocational/technical schools want seniors, and their parent, to complete the FAFSA. Please view this as part of your application process.
  • The 2018/2019 FAFSA opens October 1st and you use information from your 2016 (prior-prior year) taxes. Seniors, and their parents, are encourage to complete the FAFSA in October 2017 due to money being allocated on a first submit first serve basis.

Click here for Steps to completing the 2018/2019 FASFA & Cal Grant


 

Scholarships

Click here for 2016-17 Scholarship Calendar

 

Local Scholarships

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  • Review Local/National Scholarship Database that was emailed via Naviance for potential Scholarships to apply for this year.
  • Check e-mail or Naviance and listen during announcements for ongoing updates and reminders on upcoming scholarship deadlines.

CaliberCares Foundation Scholarship (academic leadership, financial need):  https://calibercares.academicworks.com/opportunities/840

 

Foster Scholarship (technical or vocational school):  https://calibercares.academicworks.com/opportunities/885

 

Future Female Leaders in Business/Technology Scholarship:   https://calibercares.academicworks.com/opportunities/891

 

Lending Through Learning Scholarship (math, engineering, viticulture major):  https://calibercares.academicworks.com/opportunities/882

 

McDougall Scholarship (technical or vocational school):  https://calibercares.academicworks.com/opportunities/825

 

Rising Star Scholarship (extra-curricular activities, 3.0 GPA):  https://calibercares.academicworks.com/opportunities/828

 

Servicers Seeking Scholars Scholarship (math, engineering, technology major):  https://calibercares.academicworks.com/opportunities/843

 

Shoemaker Scholarship (academic and community leadership):  https://calibercares.academicworks.com/opportunities/831

 

 

National Scholarships

  • www.fastweb.com – for largest database, help contacting, ongoing reminders of deadlines

Nurse.org Healthcare Leaders Scholarship (pursuing healthcare-related careers):  http://nurse.org/healthcare-leaders/

 

Scholarships affiliated with Colleges/Schools

student currently attends

  • Contact Financial Aide offices of schools that you apply to.
  • Contact Departments (Science, Art, Auto) of schools that you apply to.

Great Oak High School Scholarship :  https://calibercares.academicworks.com/opportunities/936


 


 

News

9/8/17

The counseling office has arranged several college and career representatives to visit at various times and dates throughout the next few months. You can find information about the visits on the following form:  College & Career Representative SCHEDULE at GOHS

 

Registration is required to attend each presentation.  Please click on the link below to register.

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CSS/Financial Aid

 

CSS/Financial Aid Profile

The CSS/Financial Aid profile is a financial aid application process used by some Private/Independent Colleges, Institutions, and Scholarship Programs. The CSS Profile does NOT replace the FAFSA or CalGrant – it is a supplement application that some of the college, institutions, and scholarship program require.

 Do I need to do/deal with the CSS/Financial Aid Profile?

For some Private/Independent Colleges, Institutions, and Scholarship Programs only. The CSS Profile is NOT used by Public/State Colleges.

Review the list of institutions and scholarship programs to see if they require/encourage it - Click this link to review list

If your institution or scholarship program is NOT on the list – Then NO – you don’t need to do it. 

What is the CSS/Financial Aid Profile?

 Overview Info - http://www.collegeboard.com/student/pay/scholarships-and-aid/8374.html

 Apply

 https://profileonline.collegeboard.com/prf/index.jsp

 Questions

Please contact the college, institutions, or scholarship directly for any questions related to their exact requirements with this or www.collegeboard for questions related to problems completing the form.

 

 

 

Helpful Sites

Guide Link for the following information:

Types of Financial Aid available through the FAFSA

How to fill out the FAFSA application

Answers to commonly asked questions