Cal-SOAP Locations

The California Student Opportunity and Access Program (Cal-SOAP) is a state and federal program designed to assist first generation and low-income students. Since its beginning in 1978, Cal-SOAP has grown from four projects to 15 projects all over the state of California and is currently administered by the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC). Click on the links below to check out the other projects throughout California:

Central Valley Consortium
East Bay Consortium
Greater Long Beach Regional Consortium
Los Angeles Consortium
Merced Consortium
Northcoast Consortium
Sacramento Consortium
San Diego and Imperial Counties
San Francisco College Access Center Consortium
San Jose Consortium
Santa Barbara Consortium
South County Gilroy Consortium
South San Joaquin Consortium
Solano Consortium

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Last Modified May 2, 2014