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CA Dream Act Application: Seniors who do not meet the criteria to complete the FAFSA should complete the California Dream Act application. It is required if you'd like to receive aid to attend community colleges or four-year colleges in California. For maximum results, submit by March 2, 2018.
 

 
 
 
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Students applying to colleges that require additional financial information may need to complete the CSS Profile by the deadline provided by each participating college.

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  • FAFSA: Seniors who are US citizens or eligible noncitizens should submit the FAFSA. It opens October 1, 2017and is due March 2, 2018 (at the latest). It is very wise for every eligible senior to complete the FAFSA to receive assistance for community colleges or four-year colleges. Begin by making an FSA ID for you and have a parent create an FSA ID if s/he does not have one. Use a personal email address rather than your school email address.
  • Step 1. Create FSA ID Step 2. Complete FAFSA