College Possible Milwaukee

Since 2008


College Possible is proud to work with more than 800 students in Milwaukee at 14 partner high schools. Our students have an average GPA of 2.8, and more than 90 percent are students of color. Our students report an average annual family income of less than $25,000. College Possible expanded to Milwaukee in 2008. In its first year, College Possible Milwaukee served 53 juniors at three partner high schools. In the 2016-17 program year, College Possible Milwaukee will serve more than 800 high school juniors and seniors, 1,300 college students and over 2,100 9th and 10th graders through College Prep Talks. Through the generous support of local organizations, foundations and individuals, the program continues to grow and expand in Milwaukee area schools.

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2017 Dream Big Dinner –

Thanks to all sponsors and attendees for another successful event!


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College Possible Milwaukee
1515 N. Rivercenter Drive, Suite 105
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53212
Office directions

Phone: 414-220-9450
Fax: 414-220-9451

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  • Celebrating another successful Dream Big Dinner

    Here at College Possible Milwaukee, we’re still basking in the glow of an amazing night of camaraderie, story-telling and community.  The 2017 Dream Big Dinner on April 27, 2017, proved to be another successful gathering to showcase the amazing accomplishments of our Milwaukee students.  As a community of caring and idealistic individuals, corporations and foundations, […]

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  • College Possible Coaches Discuss Food Insecurity with WUWM

    Imagine choosing between buying food and paying your college enrollment deposit. This is a reality for many college students as food insecurity remains a widespread but rarely discussed issue on college campuses.

    Two College Possible Milwaukee student alumni, now serving as College Possible coaches, were interviewed by Milwaukee Public Radio, WUWM, on the challenges of accessing food in college.

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