The nation’s major higher-education coordinating body seeks to increase education access and attainment for traditional and nontraditional learners. This three-year grant supports the national coordination of an annual College Application Week in each state to highlight the resources available to help low-income and first-generation students pursue postsecondary education.
As the nation’s major higher education coordinating body, the council endeavors to increase education access and attainment for traditional and nontraditional learners. Funding for the Veterans Jam project helps the higher education system identify the best methods to attract and retain returning Iraq and Afghanistan veterans to ensure they complete their degrees.
The consortium of 36 small, primarily faith-based private colleges in central Appalachia is historically committed to serving the region’s first-generation and low-income students. This multiyear grant supports Latino student success at member institutions.
The nation’s largest public research university seeks to increase access to higher education for more state residents by creating a seamless transfer process for community college students. This three-year grant advances the development and implementation of new technological tools that make college-transfer information more accessible and user-friendly.
The association for the state’s 22 public community colleges seeks to enhance student performance. This two-year grant helps improve developmental education through the promotion of successful reform models.
The nonprofit scholarship fund provides financial, academic, and personal support to Asian American and Pacific Islander students. This grant underwrites a two-day higher-education summit focused on improving college achievement rates, particularly among first-generation college students in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.
The nonprofit scholarship fund provides financial, academic, and personal support to Asian American and Pacific Islander students. This multiyear grant supports the PASS initiative by funding national research to increase advocacy and support for Asian American and Pacific Islander students and implementing new programs at three colleges serving these students.
The nation’s oldest higher-education association has historically spearheaded initiatives to improve education access and success for low-income and underrepresented students. This grant provides funding to 10 four-year institutions that partner with community colleges and on-campus veterans’ programs to matriculate and graduate underrepresented minority males in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Located in Cape Town, the university is a leader in African technology education. It earned this bonus grant when it met its final-year fundraising goals as part of our South Africa Philanthropy Initiative.
The foundation is dedicated to transforming U.S. education through innovations in teaching practice, student learning, and knowledge building. This two-year grant supports the creation and implementation of two new developmental mathematical curriculums, Statway and Quantway, designed to help more community college students complete their degrees.