We have opportunities for everyone in the community. Join our transitional programs and participate in transfer, 2-year certificate and technical programs as well as continuing education and developmental programs.
Whether you are the first person in your family to attend college, new to the U.S. education system or a single parent in need of support to transition into the workforce, we can help.
Provides pre-college information, testing, advising, financial aid and admissions services for high school seniors at participating high schools.
Gives qualified high school students the opportunity to earn high school and college credit at the same time.
Partners with the community and faith-based institutions to help students and their families to succeed in higher education.
Travels to schools, churches and community events to give information about college preparation to students and their families.
Helps eligible South Campus students stay in school and graduate by providing academic and financial guidance.
Supports Northwest Campus students academically and socially so they can move from developmental education to college-level courses.
Helps eligible students develop the skills and motivation to complete high school and succeed in higher education.
Gives homeless individuals the opportunity to take college classes.
Supports women who are in transition and returning to school.
Updated June 15, 2015