One day, all students will have the opportunity to earn a college degree that provides them with meaningful economic and personal prospects. We help high schools and colleges provide their students with the support they need to succeed in college and beyond.
A Growing Crisis
9% 58% 50%
Only 9% of students from low-income families earn a bachelor's degree by age 24, compared with 75% of their 	higher-income peers.
Only 58% of students who start a bachelor's degree at four-year colleges and universities end up with a degree six years later.
African Americans earn bachelor's degrees at one-half - and Latinos at one-third - the rate of white students.
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Alexandra, Our Founder Kevin, College Coach Elizabeth, College Coach


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