News and Upcoming Events

Check here weekly to see what's going on!

Complete your FAFSA/CADAA Application!

This is the first and most important step to take in order to receive money for college. These applications are used to determine your eligibility for state and school aid. It also qualifies students for TWO YEARS OF FREE TUITION at our local community colleges. It can also open up opportunities for scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study options.


Step 1: FAFSA/CADAA Checklist (list of items you will need to prepare prior to completing the FAFSA/CADAA).
Step 2: Create an FSA ID (Both the student and at least one parent need to create an FSA ID).

Step 3: Apply for the FAFSA. (On your own or with help from Ms. Dewater in the CCC)


What is the CADAA?
The California Dream Act Application allows undocumented and nonresident students (U.S. Citizens and eligible non-citizens) who qualify for a non-resident exemption under Assembly Bill 540 (AB 540) to receive certain types of financial aid. It also allows eligible students to pay in-state tuition at any public college in California.
This application is unrelated to the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

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Click the Links Below to Register!

Monday College Rep Visits (Virtual)

Each fall semester, admissions representatives from colleges across the country visit the UMHS College and Career Center. This year, we will offer virtual visits via Zoom or Google Meet.


All presentations will take place on Mondays at 9am, 11am, 1pm, or 3pm. Students can attend any and all presentations they desire.


Click here to view which schools will be joining us this year and to access the presentation Zoom links.

View College Rep Visits

You must be signed in to your student account to access this information. Without an EDUHSD email, you will not have access. Please note that due to capacity these presentations can only accommodate students. There will NOT be enough room for parents

Interested in STEM?

So You Want to Major in STEM?
Thursday, November 12th at 5:00 pm PT


In this free webinar, former deans and directors of admissions at schools like Cornell University, Princeton University, and Rice University’s Baylor College of Medicine breakdown the different kinds of STEM majors colleges offer and teach you how to bolster your child’s STEM application with awards, volunteer work, and research programs. You can learn more about the webinar and sign up here.

Choose FLC: Information for Mid-term Grads

All presentations are the same, and are from 3-4pm.

Come learn why Folsom Lake College might be a great fit for you!


October 26th Registration HERE

November 16th Registration HERE

December 7th Registration HERE

Virtual College Fairs (Campus Weeks & Webinars)

Since we are unable to host an in-person EDUHSD College Fair this year, we encourage you to participate in several virtual College Fairs, hosted by groups of colleges. Please save the following dates and check the links below for instructions on how to join these fairs.


NACAC College Fair (National Association for College Admission Counseling)

Sept. - Nov.

REGISTER HERE

Work Permit Applications During Distance Learning

There are sections for the student, parent/guardian, and employer to fill out


  • Email option (best option): Scan/take a picture of the completed Request for a Work Permit and email to hdewater@eduhsd.k12.ca.us


We will receive your request and email you a completed Work Permit. Please allow 1 to 2 business days for processing. You can then print it, sign it at the bottom, and give it to your employer.


  • In-person option: Pick up an application from either the front office or College and Career Center during business hours and return it after it's filled out by the student, parent, and employer. We will contact you once it is processed to be picked up.

Meet with Ms. Dewater

Stop by the College and Career Center, or set up an appointment through email!

hdewater@eduhsd.k12.ca.us

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