Join us for a pre-Oscar watch party to celebrate one of our own, Best Actress Nominee and TRIO Alumna Viola Davis. Share thoughts and reactions to the film small group discussions to follow. Drawings for prize giveaways will occur. An active Netflix subscription is required.
Learn how to write a strong proposal using group exercises, thoughtful discussions, and experienced faculty. Critical areas of the proposal will be dissected and reviewed carefully with participants.
Upward Bound, Talent Search, SSS, McNair and other interested college access programs form local book club chapters to engage TRIO students in discussions about the implications of the work of leaders like John Lewis for their own lives and for the future of the nation.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Ashley Doukas says the COVID-19 pandemic, together with social and political upheaval, has been a reminder our own limitations as both professionals and human beings.
The Board of Directors of COE has been fighting for the past forty years for equal access to college for everyone. This timeline illustrates the genesis and development of COE.
At this virtual conference in June, the nation's leading financial aid researchers get the opportunity to present new research on student aid issues. Deadline for proposals is March 31.
Spend 10 days covering topics virtually with esteemed faculty from across the nation! Courses are $500 for members and $800 for non-members. Seats fill up fast! Register today.
The 32nd Annual Simulated Congress is an intensive online 5-day leadership experience for 180 pre-college students to find innovative solutions to current social issues in June. Learn more and apply today.
What do an astronaut, award-winning actress, college president, and TV producer have in common? They have all been National TRIO Achievers. Recognize the accomplishments of a TRIO alumnus from across the country.
Connect with peers, discuss current challenges, and learn legislative and regulatory authority via webinars brought to you by your Fair Share contributions. Participants will get the latest information from Capitol Hill and the U.S. Department of Education.
Achieve college access and success for low-income students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities.