ERIC Number: ED417059
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
Scholarships and Financial Assistance. School Year 95-96.
Morse, Susan C., Ed.
This directory provides general information for students, parents, and counselors about college options for migrant youth. In addition to scholarships available through specific colleges, additional scholarship sources are listed as examples of the variety of funding available. "Planning for College during High School" lists steps to take each year in grades 9-12. "Steps for Applying to College" includes general guidelines for selecting a school, applying for admission, securing references, and following up. Approximate college costs for living at home and on campus are given for community colleges and 4-year public and private schools. Other resources include lists of 17 minority recruitment contacts at private colleges, 8 colleges offering summer college-readiness programs for high school students, and alternative college programs. Types of financial assistance are defined. Other issues addressed include: how to apply for financial aid, residency documentation, schools with high graduation rates, and scholarships offered by special interest programs. Contact information is given for 18 colleges. (SAS)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Directories/Catalogs
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Interstate Migrant Secondary Team Project, San Diego, CA.; California State Dept. of Education, Sacramento. Office of Migrant Education.