College & Career Center
Located on the second floor of the building next to the Performing Arts Center (PAC), the College and Career Center (CCC) is designed to act as a resource for Gunn students who are making their post-high school plans. Resources include: college reference books, course catalogs, SAT/ACT/AP test preparation materials, information from various colleges (brochures and view books), career and vocational training resources, information for secondary options for students with learning disabilities and scholarship information.
Mrs. Linda Kirsch College Counselor meets with every Junior student to talk about their life after high school plans. Mrs. Myesha Compton, College Pathways and Avid Outreach Counselor. You can find them on the second floor of the building next to the Performing Arts Center (PAC), room P204.
Important Dates for Scholarships
- FAFSA October 1, FAFSA is available on the web
- CAL GRANT March 2, California Grant application deadline
Check with each college or university about that institution's form deadline.
Please notify Mr. Lang that you will be applying for scholarships and if you would like to be alerted of special scholarship opportunities. Transcripts are free and Mr. Lang will print them out, please have the recommendations sent to him. The scholarship packet must be turned in to the College and Career Center at least three days before deadline. Students are responsible for the cost to mail (post/envelope) the scholarship.
Naviance Student will be your major resource for finding scholarships. Printouts are available at the CCC. We recommend that students research the colleges they are applying to for scholarships.
A scholarship listing is compiled and updated weekly in Naviance Student under Colleges > Scholarships and Money.
Financial Aid Presentation by Carl Gotbrecht, Assistant Director of Student Awards Stanford Financial Aid: January 22nd 2020.