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Protect DACA

At College Possible, our mission is to make college admission and graduation possible for low-income students. Eliminating DACA is a substantial threat to not only this mission, but to the long-term prosperity and growth of the country.

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We envision a day when the future of America's children is determined solely by their talent, motivation and effort.

  • College Possible announces $20 million gift

    College Possible is pleased to announce an extraordinary new long-term funding commitment of $20 million from Ballmer Group in Bellevue, WA. This gift is the largest in the history of College Possible, recognizing our strong student outcomes; our successful, time-tested flagship programming; promising plans for transformational growth; data-driven approaches and focus on evaluation; and the strength of our financial management, fundraising and reputation-building efforts. "We are proud to support College Possible’s work to close the degree divide and break the…
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  • Protect DACA

    In this country we learn at a very young age to believe in the American dream, a dream that promises equity and opportunity, inclusiveness and fairness. This promise is even embedded in the document upon which our nation was first conceived: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” As a nation, we…
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  • Two Brothers and Two Full Rides to College

    Brothers Kou and Cha Vang are continuing a family tradition of going to college for free. Both brothers were awarded comprehensive scholarships to attend prestigious universities in Wisconsin. Kou will enroll at Marquette University in Milwaukee where he was awarded the Cudahy scholarship, which covers student fees, tuition, room and board, and a meal plan. Cha received the Powers-Knapp Scholarship through University of Wisconsin-Madison which covers his full tuition for eight semesters. Cha will join his older brother, and fellow…
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