Photo: Virginia College Advising Corps
With hundreds of members in almost every U.S. state, the National College Access Network is a unique and experienced resource for organizations that help underrepresented middle and high school students aspire to, apply to, enter, and succeed in college.
NCAN members touch the lives of more than 2 million students and families each year and span a broad range of the education, nonprofit, government, and civic sectors:
- Community-based nonprofits such as College Now Greater Cleveland and 10,000 Degrees
- National nonprofits such as AVID, College Advising Corps, College Possible, and uAspire
- Local scholarship providers such as the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara
- Federally funded programs such as Davis & Elkins College, Upward Bound and University of Maine at Farmington, TRIO Programs
- National youth-serving organizations such as iMentor
- Public school districts such as Milwaukee Public Schools
- Charter schools such as KIPP and SEED Schools
- Colleges and universities such as Georgetown University and University of Colorado Denver
- Private, corporate, and community foundations such as The Kresge Foundation, College Futures Foundation, and Marin Community Foundation
- State agencies such as the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission
- Major college and career readiness providers such as ACT and the College Board
- Youth mentoring programs such as Starfish Initiative
To see a full listing of NCAN Members by state, click here.