We support the college dreams of students in Oregon
About College Possible Oregon
At College Possible Oregon, we’re working to close the college degree divide. Since 2012, our college access and success programs have helped put more than 2,4001 students throughout Oregon on the path to a college degree. The majority of students we serve are first-generation college students2 while 69% identify as persons of color.3 Our pioneering model matches eligible students with near-peer coaches and an intensive curriculum designed to help them overcome the most common barriers to getting into college and completing their degree — all at no cost to students or their families.
Through the generous support of our volunteers, community partners, individuals, foundations and businesses, College Possible will continue to help more students achieve their dream of college graduation.
Contact us or get involved
College Possible Oregon
532 SE Grand Avenue
Portland, OR 97214
PARTNER WITH US
To explore how a College Possible Oregon partnership can empower your high school or college students, contact our College Access and Success team at OregonInfo@CollegePossible.org to schedule an informational meeting.
MAKE A DONATION
Your financial support helps us continue to expand our coaching and support throughout Oregon at no cost to enrolled students or their families. To make a donation, visit CollegePossible.org/DonateOregon.
If you are a business looking to partner with College Possible Oregon, contact our Corporate and Community Engagement team at OregonInfo@CollegePossible.org.
AMERICORPS: SERVE WITH US
If you know a current college student or recent grad interested in making a meaningful difference in the lives of youth, encourage them to explore a life-changing year of service as a College Possible Oregon AmeriCorps coach at CollegePossible.org/Serve.
STUDENTS: GET COLLEGE COACHING
If you know an eligible student who dreams of attending college and would like free support to find their best-fit colleges, build strong college applications, finance their education, and persist through graduation, refer them to CollegePossible.org/Apply.
1 – Fiscal year 2021.
2 – Fiscal year 2021; students with parents or guardians who did not graduate from a bachelor degree granting institution.
3 – Of students served fiscal year 2021 who reported race/ethnicity; this represents those who identified as Black/African/African-American, Hispanic/Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander, American Indian/Native Alaskan or Multiracial.