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 http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/online-colleges/california/
Affordable Colleges Foundation, an organization dedicated to providing free higher education tools for current and future college students and their families, recently published research on all the Not-For-Profit universities and colleges in California that offer online college programs.


http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/videos/
UC has premiered a new video on writing the personal statement. The video, which is added to the collection of financial aid videos that debuted last month, offers tips for applicants from UC admissions staff and current students.

CaliforniaColleges.edu
*create an account for free
*college exploration- search over 210 public and private colleges and universities in California by size, majors, location, distance from your home, costs, and more.
* financial aid- search for scholarships
* admissions- learn about eligibility requirements and how to apply to Community Colleges, UC, CSU, and private colleges and universities.
*career exploration- take personality and interest assessment tests.

http://www.aiccu.edu/
Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities
* College Searches
* Transfer information
* Compare California Colleges
* College/University Statistics
* High School requirements
CSUMentor
* lists of campuses
* features of each campus
* matching assistance
* comparative view - fees, etc
* campus facts
* distance search- google maps
* college recruiter- receive information from campuses
* plan for college- middle school, high school, eligibility index
* high school planner- students can track their requirements, information placed in the high school planner will populate the CSU application

Please take a look CSU Mentor Suggested Courses and Activities

EOP- Educational Opportunities Program
The Educational Opportunity Program is designed to improve access and retention of historically low-income and educationally disadvantaged students. EOP students have the potential and demonstrated motivation to perform satisfactorily at a CSU, but they have not been able to realize their potential because of their economic or educational background. The program provides admission and academic assistance to EOP-eligible undergraduate students. In many cases, the program offers financial assistance to eligible students. Campuses tailor their programs to accommodate the needs of their student population.

http://www.calstate.edu/eap/support_hs_students.shtml
EPT and ELM information
The CSU Office of the Chancellor has developed the Math and English Success Websites to help high school students, parents, teachers, and counselors learn about the CSU Entry Level Mathematics (ELM) and English Placement Test (EPT) requirements and how to meet them.

University Entrance Exams:
ACT Student ACT
Sign up for ACT, test prep tips, practice test questions
College Board (SAT) new website
Sign up for SAT, test prep tips, scholarship search

http://eligibilitycenter.org/ (NCAA)
Reedley High School Freshmen and Sophomores this is informational material for you.
Stay involved in sports. Take academic core courses to prepare you for a 4 year college (16 for Division I College, 14 for Division II College) Maintain A's, B's and C's in all academic classes (watch your GPA).

Juniors- Stay involved in sports. Take academic core courses to prepare you for a 4 year college (16 for Division I College, 14 for Division II College) Maintain A's, B's and C's in all academic classes (watch your GPA) Take the SAT or ACT (Junior year) Students must send their scores directly to the clearinghouse using code 9999 Register with the NCAA Eligibility Center at www.eligibilitycenter.org. Notify your counselor that you are registered by forwarding the registration confirmation e-mail with you clearinghouse I.D. and pick up two copies of the transcript release forms from our school registrar.

Seniors- Stay involved in sports. Take academic core courses to prepare you for a 4 year college (16 for Division I College, 14 for Division II College) Maintain A's, B's and C's in all academic classes (watch your GPA) Take the SAT or ACT ( Senior year) Students must send their scores directly to the clearinghouse using code 9999 Check to make sure you are qualified (Proper GPA and SAT/ACT scores, and the correct # of core courses) Complete amateurism questionnaire and sign the final authorization signature online on or after April 1 if you are expecting to enroll in college in the fall semester. (If you are expecting to enroll for spring semester, sign the final authorization signature on or after October 1 of the year prior to enrollment.) Make sure transcripts have been sent to the eligibility center.

PLEASE CLICK HERE for Steps You Must Take to Participate in NCAA Division I or II Athletics

http://www.assist.org
ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. If you want to find out about a specific major, search for majors that interest you, or explore majors available at university campuses in California, ASSIST is a great resource.

http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/ap/about.html
Learn about AP- Are you ready for a unique learning experience that will help you succeed in college? Each year, students around the world who want to learn and achieve at the highest level become AP students. Through AP's college-level courses and exams, you can earn college credit and advanced placement, stand out in the admissions process, and learn from some of the most skilled, dedicated, and inspiring teachers in the world.

Juniors and Seniors; www.aplanforme.com is a site that will help you with... selecting the right career matching your interests to the right college preparing for submitting your college entrance exam researching scholarship opportunities submitting the government FAFSA form completing the financial aid process locating a place to live finding a summer job moving to college managing your financial needs

http://www.collegeprofiles.com/
This website featuring in-depth college profiles with information about academic programs, athletics, campus life, facilities, expenses, financial aid and much more. From each profile, you can link directly to the home page of each institution. The Custom College Search allows you to select schools by location, cost and majors offered. The Collegiate Athletics Search criterion includes specific men's and women's sports and level of competition. The site also includes special directories for Two-Year Colleges, Career Schools, Honors Programs, a Campus Visit Guide, Streaming Digital Video, information for Multicultural Students, cheerleaders and musicians.