College Possible connects promising, low-income students to the best colleges for them; those that challenge them and help them achieve their dreams. This means we work with many colleges across the country. Some of our partner colleges have taken extra steps to commit to our mission, working closely with College Possible to recruit and retain students in need.
Increased efforts to ensure student success at your college will serve as a catalyst for developing a pipeline of students to your campus, from high school through college graduation and beyond. At the highest level of support, partner colleges will work closely with College Possible staff to develop this pipeline and engage students, current and former, in the process.
Benefits for partner colleges at the Collaborate level include:
Partner college representatives will have the opportunity to meet students at exclusive events and work closely with College Possible staff to identify potential candidates for your college. College partners at the Bridge level will receive direct, intentional support through the recruitment and enrollment of College Possible students.
Benefits for partner colleges at the Bridge level include:
Campus visits allow students the chance to explore their college options and find the right college fit and provides colleges the opportunity to reach a number of prospective students. A campus hosting a visit with our group typically provides transportation, food and lodging costs if necessary. These trips are one of the highlights of the year for our students, and often play a significant role in determining where our students apply and attend college.
Benefits for partner colleges at the Explore level include:
College Possible’s low-income students are hard working, talented and diverse. We’d love to connect them with you.
Contact us directly to start a partnership.
Jillian Hiscock, national partnerships manager
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