College Access Organizations

Involvements with college access organizations vary with the populations they serve and the current trends in higher education. It is often an aim of theirs to create awareness campaigns and informational material about the process of getting into college. These initiatives are geared mostly toward underrepresented populations in American higher education. It is important to note the distinctions between programs in order to be cognizant of the youth you will be working with.


College Access Organizations

Bright Prospects
Contact Info: info@brightprospect.org
Age-group
: Highschool
Clearance Requirements: Attend mandatory CEC Orientation, Student Intake Form, Ethics Contract, Liability Waiver, Photo Release (Optional)
Tech Requirements: Dependent upon program, ask partner
Session Schedule:
Other Relevant Info
College Horizons
Contact Info: info@collegehorizons.org
Age-group
: Highschool
Clearance Requirements: Attend mandatory CEC Orientation, Student Intake Form, Ethics Contract, Liability Waiver, Photo Release (Optional)
Tech Requirements: Dependent upon program, ask partner
Session Schedule:
Other Relevant Info:
Focus on Native American, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian populations
Promise Scholars
Contact Info: promisescholars@gmail.com
Age-group:
K-Highschool
Clearance Requirements: Attend mandatory CEC Orientation, Student Intake Form, Ethics Contract, Liability Waiver, Photo Release (Optional)
Tech Requirements: Dependent upon program, ask partner
Session Schedule:
Other Relevant Info:

College Access Resources

Below the listed organizations is also a list of student resources for college access. Information about financial aid, college applications, etc, are there for you to browse and access.

Financial Aid

College Applications

College Life Information