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December 1, 2001
Intellectual Projects
For Undergraduate Communities
By California Star Reading Specialist Staff

Top Three Projects

  • Reading & Language Arts - U.S. Department of Education
    Link to infor to help you plan for college & post secondary grants.
  • CaliforniaColleges.Edu: The California College Explorer - CaliforniaColleges.Edu
    Search for a college, take virtual campus tours, or find information about financial aid and admissions for colleges and universities throughout California.
  • Going to College - California Postsecondary Education Commission
    Browse the Guide to California Colleges and Universities, find out about residency requirements, explore the various types of financial aid programs and learn about the California College Savings Plan.
  • Financial Aid Info Bank
    • Information on California Student Aid Commission - California Student Aid Commission
      Connect to information on state, federal, and institutional financial aid programs.
    • Golden State ScholarShare Trust - Golden State ScholarShare
      Learn about the new college savings program designed to help Californians save in order to meet the increasing costs of higher education.
    • Governor's Scholars Program - Golden State ScholarShare
      Find out about the two merit-based scholarship programs. Read about the award eligibility requirements for these new scholarships.
    • Cal Grant - California Student Aid Commission
      Locate information on the various Cal Grant programs, find out the eligibility requirements, and how to apply for the grants.
  • Back to School Tips for College Students - California Department of Consumer Affairs
    Read smart consumer tips for students including information about renting an apartment, managing your credit, or getting your computer repaired.
  • Outstanding Books for the College Bound - American Library Association
    Browse a list of books intended as a tool to help you prepare for college. The list is divided into five sections: fiction, biography, nonfiction, drama, and poetry.
  • Career Information - U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
    Connect to the Occupational Outlook Handbook to find career information. The Handbook describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects for a wide range of occupations.

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