How much will college cost you (and your family)?
It is not a simple price check. Read on to learn what factors affect the cost of your education and how you can strategically find a good fit for you and
“Last academic year, more than 7.6 million students – including 33 percent of all undergraduates – benefited from receiving a federal Pell Grant. Without this support from the federal government, many low-income students would not be able to pursue education beyond high school
Answer: Tuition & Fees. Books & Supplies. Room & Board. Transportation.
Question: What is your financial aid for?
Financial aid should ONLY to be used for college expenses.
Acceptable expenses fall into these categories :
tuition and fees
Every student needs to carefully manage college funding.
But for first-generation, low-income students it can be an especially strange and daunting task to understand the financial aid process. The Future Sacramento program dispels the mystery and instills the confidence to