Only 43.5% of students who start high school in Oregon go on to enroll in college. We’re working to increase that number.
College Possible Portland is making college admission and success possible for more than 1,762 low-income Portland-area students. The organization expanded to Portland in 2012 and began serving students the following year. This school year, College Possible Portland is serving 473 high school students, more than 289 college students and 1,000 9th and 10th graders through college prep talks. Our high school students have an average GPA of 3.17 and 73% are students of color.
Through the generous support of local organizations, foundations and individuals, the program will continue to grow and help more low-income students achieve their dreams of a college degree.
College Possible Portland
532 SE Grand Avenue
Portland, OR 97214
College Coaches and their students celebrated the success of the fall term during our College Program Party this month. In total, the gathering brought together students from six local colleges and universities, as well as a handful of Portland students attending out-of-state colleges. “Our overall purpose or goal of the party was to connect and […]
College Possible Portland concluded our second successful Give!Guide campaign on December 31 and surpassed our goal by raising a total of $37,224 from 264 donors throughout the months of November and December! Thank you to our matching partners The Standard and the Detwiler Family Foundation, as well as everyone who donated. We are thrilled with […]