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Oakland Promise

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The Oakland Promise is an initiative that aims to triple the number of college graduates from Oakland within the next decade. Students graduating from an Oakland high school may be eligible to receive funding to attend the Peralta colleges via the two options below.

 

 

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Oakland-Peralta Promise students receive their first fall semester free at the Peralta Colleges. This includes enrollment and campus fees.

Note that health fees and AC Transit fees, as well as items such as books, supplies, and optional parking fees are not included. However, these may be covered if you qualify for additional financial aid.

Additional benefits include:

  • Priority enrollment
  • Access to CREWS peer support network
  • Special student support opportunities (varies by campus)

Eligibility
To be eligible, students must:

  • Be a graduate of the 2017 class at an Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) public high school
  • Have graduated high school with at least a 2.0

Steps

  1. Complete the OpenCCC community college admissions application 
  2. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act Application
  3. Complete the required Student Support Services (orientation, assessment, counseling). Further details on this step will be provided to you after you complete the OpenCCC application.
  4. Enroll, and remain enrolled, in at least 12 units for fall 2017 at the Peralta Colleges

All steps must be completed by August 5, 2017

Questions? Contact outreach@peralta.edu

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The East Bay College Fund offers an Oakland Promise and 2 Year Scholarship to qualifying students. Awards for community colleges students currently range from $1,000 – $3,000. Applications are generally due in March.

See the East Bay College Fund website for more details.

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