My College Options and the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities have achieved early success and rapid adoption of the "Pathways to Hispanic Success" program. To date, over 50 school districts from across the country have signed on to help fill a pipeline for Hispanic high school students to colleges and universities that serve their needs.
In January, My College Options engaged school districts across the nation, encouraging them to be a part of this collaborative effort to support Hispanic high school students in their quest for higher education.
A primary aspect of the missions of both My College Options and HACU is to improve access to and the quality of post-secondary education opportunities for students. Through the Pathways program, students will have access to free online resources and mentoring support throughout high school for college and career planning.
"We are extremely pleased with the results of the pilot program so far. This fall, together with HACU, we will launch the full program and we expect it to be a great success," said Ryan Munce, Vice President of My College Options. "We feel that this program will be of great value to Hispanic high school students in preparing for college and careers."
For more information on how to support or participate in the program, please contact Ryan Munce at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MyCollegeOptions.org is a comprehensive, free online college planning service provided by the National Research Center for College & University Admissions™ (NRCCUA®). NRCCUA is a non-profit educational research organization based in Lee's Summit, MO. For 38 years, NRCCUA has conducted the largest nationwide survey of high school students, which serves as a communications link between college-bound high school students and public and private colleges and universities. For more information, visit www.nrccua.org.