Do you want your students to understand they are part of a national movement to create leaders from low-income communities? The TRIO STEM Club of students working with peers nationwide on challenging, hands-on projects provides a way to do so.
What strong action plans at the federal, state and institutional levels are needed to rebuild a more equitable and ecologically sustainable U.S. higher education system? Join us for an online discussion and report release.
Many low-income and first-generation students lack internet access or technology in their homes. This free webinar presents low-cost internet offerings and other resources to support online access.
Connect with peers, discuss current challenges, and learn legislative and regulatory authority via webinars that will resume no later than the week of May 11. Participants will get the latest information from Capitol Hill and the U.S. Department of Education.
Division directors from the Office of Postsecondary Education are providing information on how programs can best meet their students’ need now that many institutions have closed due to the pandemic.
In this difficult time, COE has two primary responsibilities: to meet the needs of educators working in college opportunity programs and to articulate the needs of the students and clients served. Please tell COE what you need and how we can help.
Whether your vision of service is through mentoring a new TRIO director, getting involved in our governmental relations efforts, or tutoring a vulnerable student, let us know.
Achieve college access and success for low-income students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities.