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We offer a full suite of college access and success programs

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Our primary, site-based college access and success program. Eligible students receive at least six years of near-peer coaching support to navigate and overcome the most common barriers to getting into and through college. Explore our 8 regional Flagship program locations

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A tech-connected hybrid version of our Flagship program. Partner high schools located outside urban centers are matched with trained near-peer coaches to support eligible students to get into college and succeed while they’re there.

Navigate is currently offered in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Oregon and Texas.

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Connects College Partnerships

Customized partnerships that support the college recruitment, enrollment, persistence and retention of College Possible students on partner institutions’ campuses.

Connects college partnerships are currently offered in Minnesota, Oregon, Philadelphia and Texas.



This flexible program enhances existing student support teams by embedding our near-peer coaching model right on partner campuses, helping deliver improved first-to-second-year persistence and degree completion of eligible students.

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An industry-leading student information system built on the Salesforce platform that provides student support professionals with 360-degree insight into the academic, financial and social well-being of their students.

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Regionally responsive programming is strengthening local communities

Our site-based Flagship program is delivered across eight regional site locations. Through local partnerships with high schools, school districts and colleges, we offer a minimum of six years of near-peer college coaching to help students get into their best-fit colleges and overcome the most common barriers on their path to degree completion.

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The College Possible student journey

Through personalized, in-person and tech-connected support, our AmeriCorps coaches help students get into their best-fit colleges, and break through every obstacle to fund their education and complete their degree.

*Specific support may vary moderately by community.

Number 1
Explore and prepare


  • SAT or ACT test prep
  • Introduction to the college process
  • College fit exploration
  • Paying for college
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Number 2
Select, apply, finance


  • Financial aid and scholarship applications
  • College application and essay prep
  • College visits and selection
  • Housing and transportation
Number 3
Transition to college


  • Enrollment checklist
  • Class registration
  • Acclimate to campus
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Number 4
Persist through graduation


  • Navigate complex college systems
  • Access campus and community resources
  • Form supportive peer and campus relationships
  • Adjust to the rigors of the first year
  • Stay on track academically
  • Renew financial aid and scholarships
  • Budget and manage time
Number 5
Transition to career


  • Secure internships and jobs
  • Resume and interview prep
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