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Copy of Copy of 4 systems/Financial aid
Transcript of Copy of Copy of 4 systems/Financial aid
the 4 systems of higher education
The Master Plan of California
University of California
*University of California
High School >Community College > 4 year College
Entering a 4 year college right after High School
Another path to college...
23 CSUs in California
2.0 Minimum GPA
Must take SAT or ACT
Must take A-G classes
Cal State Universities
*10 UCs in California
*3.0 minimum GPA required to apply
*must take A-G classes
*SAT or ACT
*California State University
4 year college (Uc, CSU, Private)
One Path To College...
4 year college like a UC, Private, or CSU
*Over 120 Community Colleges
*no minimum GPA
*over 18 , parent permission if under 18
Earn a certificate or AA at these schools
What else do they look for?
You can receive a Bachelor's degree and Master's degree at a CSU.You can also get your teacher credential.
You can receive a BA, MA, PhD
FOLLOW ONE OF THESE PATHS
and WE WILL SEE YOU IN COLLEGE!!!
Want more information? Visit your
GEAR UP office!
*over 75 Independent non-profit Privates
*includes schools like USC, Stanford,
Mt. Saint Mary's College
*GPA varies, many require at least 3.0
*more competitive colleges require more classes than the A-Gs
The Four Systems of Higher Ed
How to Pay for College
You must pass
with a "C"
LATTC: Baking Professional
GCC: Aviation and Transportation:
LACC: Nursing Program (RN)
Students can earn credit
by taking College
classes while still in