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Seniors’ College Admissions Checklist

September 1. Have a counselor evaluate your records for A-G requirements: 2015_College_requirements 2. Make sure you are taking the correct classes for your college choices. 3. Obtain college admission applications and housing information. 4. Register to take admission tests (SAT I, ACT and SAT II ) for your college choice (ask your high school counselor if [...]

Cash For College

California Cash for College (CCFC) workshops provide students and their families an opportunity to receive FREE, professional help to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the CA Dream Act Application. The deadline to apply for Cal Grants and most other types of financial aid for California Colleges is March 2nd.* * [...]

Tutoring

The East Bay Consortium provides in-class tutoring and after-school tutoring at various middle schools and high schools in Oakland. In-Class Tutoring A college student on staff with the East Bay Consortium is paired with a teacher to serve as a tutor during class time. This provides an opportunity for the teacher to have extra support for [...]

Printable Handouts

Check out our printable handouts to help you start planning your post-secondary education.    

Pre-Collegiate Academy

In 1991, the East Bay Consortium, in collaboration with the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) and Merritt College, instituted the Pre-Collegiate Academy (PCA), a program specifically designed for students in Oakland middle and secondary schools. The PCA was established to remedy the growing number of students from low socio-economic backgrounds who were not qualifying for [...]

About

The East Bay Consortium of Educational Institutions, Inc. is one of fifteen California Student Opportunity and Access Projects (Cal-SOAP) administered by the California Student Aid Commission. The East Bay Consortium provides services to students and teachers in Oakland to achieve the goal of increasing the number of students finishing high school and enrolling in postsecondary [...]