Students and families will be able to file the 2017-2018 FAFSA as early as October 1, 2017–earlier than the previous January 1 opening date. Come get information about how to apply for financial aid through the FAFSA. Learn about what kinds of grants and scholarships are available for your student.
You can find the financial aid presentation in the financial aid information below.
ECR will be submitting the Cal Grant GPA via online. But parents have the option to opt out from the online GPA submission. We do not recommend that you opt out because you will have to still submit the GPA to CSAC. But if you choose to opt out, please click here for the form. This form must be turned into the college office by October 15.
For any of your students that are admitted to one of the University of California institutions listed below we offer the Public Price Promise, a scholarship equal to the average cost of attendance of the UC schools included in the program.
This program is in addition to the many merit scholarships we offer for everything from academic preparation to students talented in the visual and performing arts, as well as our Global Merit Scholarships for international students.
The Middle Class Scholarship lowers the college fees to up to 40% off statewide fees (tuition) at the UC and CSU campuses for families making under $100,000 that do not qualify for other financial aid programs and will provide a 10% tuition reduction for families making up to $150,000. The Middle Class Scholarship tuition coverage is based on a sliding scale. Students must filed the FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov or the California Dream Act Application at www.caldreamact.org no later than March 2nd priority deadline. Students must have a minimum of 2.0 financial aid GPA.