Admission to any four-year college or university is competitive. Continue Reading →
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Do current and former foster youth get priority housing and priority enrollment on college campuses?
It depends. California law (AB 1393) requires UCs and CSUs to give foster youth priority for on-campus housing. Continue Reading →
What is the FYSI program?
Every community college has a person appointed as their Foster Youth Success Initiative (FYSI) liaison. Continue Reading →
How can Extended Opportunity Programs (EOP and EOP&S) help me once I get to college?
Similar to the Guardian Scholars Program, EOP and EOP & S’s primary goal is to encourage foster youth (and other youth who may need extra help) to enroll and stay in college, and to help you reach your goals once you get to college! Continue Reading →
How can I get involved in the Guardian Scholars program?
The process is actually very easy. Continue Reading →
What is the Guardian Scholars program?
The Guardian Scholars Program provides support services to current and former foster youth to help them obtain a university, community college, or trade school education. Continue Reading →
What is the Burton Scholars Backpack to Success Program?
The Burton Scholars Backpack to Success Program was established in 2007 and encourages former foster youth to pursue their educational goals. Continue Reading →
How can I get priority enrollment for college classes?
A law, called AB 194, gives foster youth and former foster youth priority registration for classes at community colleges, CSUs, and some UCs. Continue Reading →