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College Planning

What Are Four Important Steps to College?

Be a Pain

Push Yourself

Find the Right Fit

Put Your Hands on Some Cash

 

For more information:

Four Steps to College

Want information on a particular university?  

Check out the link below!

U.S. University Options


 

College Board

Rethinking Financial Aid

University of California (UC) Applications

Attention Seniors: UC Applications are due by November 30.  Please see the attached presentation for more information.  If you need assistance, please make an appointment to meet with your counselor.

Presenting Yourself on the UC Application for Undergraduate Admission - Freshmen

Scholarship Opportunities for Juniors and Seniors

Dell Scholar Program

College Board SAT Sample Questions

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Math - Calculator Permitted and Not Permitted

Reading

Writing and Language

Essays

 

 

Dr. Marilyn Saucedo
Director of College and Career Readiness
951-797-5331

msaucedo@beaumontusd.k12.ca.us

 

ATTEND A VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIR

College Week Live frequently hosts virtual college fairs with online admissions chats with college representatives for multiple universities and colleges. Students, parents and educators can all participate for free. Click on the following links to register and for more info.

What is a Virtual College Fair? Click Here for more info!

 

To find and compare schools and the programs they offer,

visit:

U.S. Department of Education

ScoreCard

 

 

For information on:

Which colleges have the highest and lowest tuition and net prices?

How much do career and vocational programs cost?

How fast are colleges going up?

visit:

Affordability and Transparency Center