CAP College Success Institute
Nationally, only 13% of low-income students graduate from college by age 24. This is not enough. CAP College Success Institute shares best practices and strategies that help increase the college graduation rate of low-income and first-generation students. Professionals from community-based and direct-service organizations, representatives from colleges and universities, and technology innovators are encouraged to participate.
The College Success Institute is hosted by CAP, which supports nearly 700 students through the successful completion of their college degrees, as quickly and with as little debt as possible. 86% of CAP students are on track to graduate in six years. CAP is a program of
Making Waves Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit.
Our annual conference has been postponed until May 2021 due to the coronavirus. In lieu of this year’s event, we have moved the conversation online creating a special blog series featuring leading practitioners in college success from around the country. Special thanks to The John H. & Regina K. Scully Foundation and The Stupski Foundation for their support
of this series.
CAP College Success Institute Series: Impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crisis
June 30, 2020
Dear College Success colleagues, This blog series has focused on the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on low-income students and their ability to…
May 11, 2020
While the ongoing COVID-19 crisis has made disadvantaged student inequities more visible, it is important to remember that these predate the pandemic and will…
April 1, 2020
As the executive director of CAP, a college success program that helps low-income students navigate the challenges of college and get on a promising…
April 14, 2020
As I discussed in my last blog – the first of this ongoing series “CAP College Success Institute Series: Impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)…
April 28, 2020
COVID-19’s college campus closures have disproportionately impacted lower-income students spotlighting already existing inequities. Many are now grappling with disrupted lives and academic journeys, figuring…