Additional Resources, Links & Publications
Additional Financial Aid Resources
Information about California college grants, scholarships, student loans and specialized financial aid programs
Direct Loan Services Online
A site that enables Direct Loan borrowers to access current loan information
FAFSA on the Web
You may use this online form to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid over the internet
FinAid – The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid
This page provides a free, comprehensive, independent and objective guide to student financial aid
Video Answers to Your Most Pressing Questions
Finding out about Financial Aid
Information about student financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education
A federal government website that offers links to many government sites
Links to some of the FSA publications and sites for the FSA ID
Everything you need to know about the new FSA ID and how to use it to sign your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Help in Completing the FAFSA
A site dedicated to helping students complete the FAFSA application
Tips and guides for using myLACCDcard - One Account for free
Information about the new financial aid program available to Cal
The PIN serves as you identifier to access your personal information in various U.S. Department of Education systems
Student Loan Locator
Access this link for information on who own your student loans
Veterans Benefits and Services
This site offers valuable information about programs and resources for Veteran students
This publication answers the question "What is Financial Aid?" It also provides information on how to apply for Financial Aid and the different types available to YOU!
Unsure of how to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)? Would you like a little more help, but don't have time to come in to the Financial Aid Office? Then this publication is for you. The FAFSA on the Web Worksheet provides you with a preview of questions that you might be asked, and information you may need to apply.
Undocumented students face unique challenges in their quest to obtain postsecondary education. The tip sheet about is designed to help this population with some of the pressing questions they have while contemplating whether or not they can enroll in school.
Questions on the 2015-16 FAFSA that may cause difficulty for students in unique situations, such as wards of the court of foster youth, are listed in the above link.
Adult learners face unique opportunities and challenges in their quest to obtain a postsecondary education. This Tip sheet is designed to help adult learners with questions they may have about enrolling in school.
Members of the military and veterans face unique opportunities and challenges in their quest to obtain a postsecondary education. The tip sheet above is designed to help this population with some of the pressing questions.