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2013 Feria Universitaria Expects 2,500 Latino High School Students - Focus is on College Financial Aid & AdmissionsSACRAMENTO, Calif.,
Dec. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Latino high school students are invited to learn about college admissions and financial aid at
Steps to College 2013 in Natomas, on
Steps to College 2013 is a higher education event presented in both Spanish and English, from
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Consulate General of
Sacramento located at 2093 Arena Boulevard.
The event is organized by the following community and higher education partners: The California Student Aid Commission; Consulate General of
Sacramento; Cien Amigos; Mexican Cultural Center of
Northern California; Latino Policy Coalition; Dream Develop Do; College Board; Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities; UC Davis; and, Sacramento State University.
The Consul General of
Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez said, "I appreciate the opportunity to host the 2nd annual "Steps To College" university fair. I would like to express my recognition to all the participating institutions for making a great effort while providing a valuable service to the Mexican, Mexican-American and Latino Community of
This year's Feria Universitaria or University Fair is expected to attract 2,500 students from all throughout Northern California. There will be representatives from dozens of
California colleges and universities providing information about their admission process.
The objectives of Steps to College 2013 are to:
explain the full array of resources available for Latino students to finance their higher education,
expose Latino families to the admissions process on Northern California higher education institutions,
and assist Latino students in completing their student aid applications.
Student workshop topics will include Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA); Financial Aid; College and University Admissions; and Consular Affairs. Students will learn more about available scholarships and the Cal Grant program.