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Martinez, Maria
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Zales, Oriol

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Financial Aid Application Websites

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) should be completed on-line by US Citizens & Eligible Non-Citizens (Permanent or Temporary Residents) at:

DREAM Application should be completed on-line by Undocumented Students Only at:

All current 12th graders should be selecting to complete the 2014-2015 Application for both of these sites.

The deadline for both of these very important Financial Aid Applications is March 2, 2014 (Sunday).

SFUSD 12th graders do not have to worry about completing and mailing in a GPA Verification Form to be considered for Cal-Grants.  The SFUSD District has submitted all GPA's electronically for every current 12th grader for all high schools. 

This is why it is important to submit your FAFSA OR DREAM Application by March 2, because Cal-Grants are awarded based on GPA & Income Guidelines which are extracted from FAFSA or DREAM Application.  You will NOT be considered for a Cal-Grant if you do not submit your FAFSA or DREAM Application by March 2, 2014.


Attention 12th graders:

If you still have not submitted your 2014-2015 On-line FAFSA (US Citizens & Eligible Non-Citizens) OR DREAM (Undocumented Students only) and need assistance.  There will be a FREE Application Assistance workshop at:

Burton High School

400 Mansell Street, SF, CA 94134

March 1, 2014 (Saturday)


It is important to apply for these application by March 2, so that students will be considered for both Federal Student Aid and Cal-Grants (State Aid).  Please make sure you obtain assistance in applying for these applications because mistakes will cause delays and more headaches.

College Center Staff (Ms. Martinez & Ms. Zales)


The College & Career Center coordinates and provides assistance with the planning and registration of college admissions, college entrance exams, careers, and financial aid. It also houses one FREE ...more

Office Hours



9:00 AM - 11:12 AM

12:03 PM - 1:00 PM

1:45 PM - 3:15 PM


9:00 AM – 11:48 AM

12:39 PM – 1:00 PM

1:45 PM – 2:17 PM



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ConnectEdu-FREE College & Career Website

What is ConnectEdu?

Is a FREE Website that assists students and parents 9th-12th grade to manage, research, and organize college and career information.

Who should access this website?

Parents & Students



The College and Career Center is located in Room 53, in the basement near the beanery and cafeteria. You can call us at Lincoln’s main phone number (415) 759-2700, at extension 3399.

Lincoln School Code: 052-910

What type of assistance can I receive at the College & Career Center?

  • Research of Colleges, Careers, Job/Internship Opportunities, and Support Programs
  • Assistance with the College Admissions Process
  • Registration & Information regarding College Entrance Exams (ACT/SAT) {Fe ...more


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