Students who've experienced life in a foster home or group home often need extra support and resources to ensure they succeed in college. Here you'll learn about the many ways your CSU campus can help you thrive from the day you start your academic career until you earn your degree.
Every CSU campus has a program and services designed specifically to help current and former foster youth.
Once you've been admitted to a campus, you're ready to apply to a foster youth program at the campus you'll be attending.
As someone who has been in foster care, you may be eligible for federal, state and university aid, as well as scholarships for former foster youth.
Do you know about these state and community organizations that work to support foster youth?
Policies, coded memos and reports that govern and measure the CSU's foster youth programs are found here.