College is a Necessity.
College is for Everyone.
College is a Public Good.
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JOIN THE NETWORK

We're a network of stakeholders who come together to increase the number of low-income students accessing and completing higher education.

Access College Foundation
Ascending Lights iGraduate
Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center
Alliance College-Ready Public Schools
Be a Leader Foundation
Boys and Girls Clubs of the LA Harbor
Bresee Foundation
Bright Prospect
Bright Star Schools
C5LA
CAL-SOAP, CSU Long Beach
Camino Nuevo
Campaign for College Opportunity
Career & College Clubs
Cash for College/UNITE LA
Center for Student Opportunity
Children Youth and Family Collaborative
College Access Plan
College Bound Today
College Bridge

College Match
College Spring
College Summit
i.am College Track
Community Coalition
Constitutional Rights Foundation
Determined to Succeed
Families in Schools
Fulfillment Fund
GEAR UP 4 LA
Heart of Los Angeles
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
HOPE
Inner City Struggle
KIPP LA Schools
Los Angeles Education Partnership
Los Angeles United Methodist Urban Foundation
Mar Vista Family Center
META Foundation
Motivating Our Students Through Experience (MOSTE)

Neighborhood Youth Association
One Voice
Operation Jump Start
Partnership Scholars
The Posse Foundation
Project GRAD Los Angeles
Pullias Center for Higher Education at USC
The Riordan Programs
ROW LA
Scripps College Academy
South Central Scholars
Step Up Network
Success in Degrees
The Institute for College Access and Success (TICAS)
UCLA VIP Scholars Program
United Friends of the Children
USC Neighborhood Academic Initiative
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OUR PRIORITIES

INCREASE COLLEGE AFFORDABILITY

With unprecedented spikes in college tuition at public schools and the ongoing threat to Cal Grants, college affordability is a critical issue for students and families in California.

ENSURE STUDENT SUCCESS

The number of students enrolling in post-secondary education is on the rise, yet the challenges they face finding the support and resources they need to graduate are significant.

ENGAGE PARENTS

Involving parents and other caring adults in a student’s pathway to college is essential, especially for those who are the first in the family to go to college.

SUPPORT COLLEGE ASPIRATIONS OF YOUNG MEN OF COLOR

The growing inequity in college enrollment and degree attainment across both race and gender creates an imperative for us to support and advance the college dreams of young men of color.

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