Whether you come in person or from stay put at home, participate in our 40th Annual Conference to hear new ideas, engage with colleagues and generate renewed energy. Low pre-registration rates end Monday, May 31.
EQUALITY is the quarterly COE newsletter. See the special request from COE President Maureen Hoyler, a recap of the National Student Leadership Congress, and the Georgia TRIO alumni changing the face of Congress.
Dr. Jennifer Engle leads the Gates Foundation’s team responsible for improving the quality and use of data across the education to workforce pipeline. At #COETurns40, she reminds us being an unapologetic advocate on behalf of low-income first-gen students is always relevant.
Presenters will review the upcoming APR step-by-step to aid preparation and help you understand the fields, what cannot be modified, and what data is needed for this program APR. All webinar recordings are available for purchase until submission deadlines for all the APRs have passed.
Are you passionate about expanding college access and success? If you share a commitment to educational opportunity, then the next step in your career could be at COE.
These funds will extend your ability to reach more first-generation students, engage more members of the community, launch a new program or event, or to provide additional services surrounding the First-Generation College Celebration.
Upward Bound Math Science participant Alfredo Segura wants to be an aerospace engineer and is graduating from Elizabeth High School in New Jersey this spring.
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.
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.
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.