Welcome to your Los Angeles Resource Hub!

Explore this page to access L.A.-specific resources to help you along your college journey. Here you will find information about:

  • Mental Health Resources
  • Low-cost Technology and support
  • Financial Assistance
  • Career Exploration & Employment
  • Information about local colleges
  • LA Organizations working for you!

For new information and resources, follow @lacash4college on Twitter or Instagram! DM our team if you have a specific question or an idea to talk about! Have tips, tricks, or resources that you want to share with other L.A. students? E-mail us at: hello@letsgotocollegeca.org so we can share it!

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Tips on studying schedule & managing your time

Tips on creating a learning space at home

Tips on online academic resources

Tips for staying connected with professors & campus resources

Low-cost internet & computer resources for students

Upcoming Workshops & Events!


LA College Promise Free Info Sessions
January 7th or 14th
5:30PM – 6:30PM

Register here for English language
Register here for Spanish language

Open to Students, Families & Community Members – Free Tuition, Free Chromebook, Dedicated Academic Counseling & Success Coaching, and LACPWorks Employment Program!

Resources for Students


Find a local workforce center near you! – A citywide program that offers virtual and in-person jobs for youth 14-24. Gain skills and experiences you need to jumpstart your career.

If you live in the City of LA, sign up for Hire LA’s Youth – A citywide program that offers virtual and in-person jobs for youth 14-24. Gain skills and experiences you need to jumpstart your career.


Housing/Rental Support– Up to date information on rules and regulations and opportunities relating to renting and housing.

L.A. Cash for College webinars & workshops – Access virtual webinars and workshops on college and financial readiness, including FASFA completion workshops, career exploration panels, college life panels, and virtual college admissions tours.


Free Headspace App subscription – for L.A. Country residents and students – Download the Headspace app and receive all of its services for free through the end of the year. Valid for those with addresses in LA County.

Wayfinder’s Mental Health Resources – Mental health services, such as counseling, for low-income youth, students, and adults in LA County

Wayfinder Family Services – Fact SheetInformation about services such as medical, mental health, rehabilitation, and  temporary housing offered to youth, students, and adults in LA County

It’s Okay To Not Be Okay: Youth Mental – LA Opportunity Youth Collaborative’s guide to mental health awareness and conditions with resources and information on where and how to seek help.

L.A. County Mental Health Resources – Local and nationwide resources for mental health and assistance.

Guide to Wellbeing Apps – A primer on apps designed to engage you in healthy activities like working out, meditation, and financial wellbeing.


Free Printing/ Laptop & Hotspot Rentals at LA Public Libraries – Information on services offered by LA County libraries such as technology rentals and free printing of school work and other documents.

Human-I-T: Purchase low-cost technology / Access low-cost internet / Get training on how to use your technology – Human-I-T programs and services are open to low-income students and families. Access low-cost technology and internet options and get training on using technology that helps you succeed.

Use the hashtag #gotocollegeLA and follow @LAcash4college and @gotocollegeca for more updates!

There are more than 116 community college campuses statewide including a fully online campus. To learn more about which local community college is right for you and enroll, students can go to ICanGoToCollege.com and get connected to their local community college.⁠

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AB 288 will be up in the CA Assembly Appropriations committee soon! Sign-on as a supporter today. Organizations and individuals are both welcome to sign-on. Orgs that sign-on will have the option to be included in our letter of support to the committee that is going out at the end of week. AB 288 will protect hard-earned scholarship awards by prohibiting financial aid packages being reduced after a student receives a private scholarship. #handsoffmyscholarship

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Two more days to apply! Get those applications submitted❗Stipend=$2,000 🤑⁠

SoCal CAN Changemakers aims to uplift student voices, nurture student advocates, and prepare them to make a difference on their college campuses. If you are a college student in CA, APPLY TODAY! Deadline TOMORROW. More info and application at: bit.ly/changemakers2022

CA needs to ban scholarship displacement and protect student's financial aid. Learn more about scholarship displacement and take action today! We are going full force against it with @norcalpromisecoalition & @scholamerica in 2022. Stay tuned for more, for now visit our website and bookmark it. It's time to speak up 📢⁠

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College students enrolled in public higher-ed institutions in California are encouraged to apply to SoCal CAN Changemakers, a 12-month paid fellowship program designed to improve California’s public colleges and universities by uplifting student voices. APPLY TODAY! bit.ly/changemakers2022 #socalcan⁠

Last week to apply! Deadline 12/31❗❗❗❗⁠
Stipend=$2,000 🤑

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