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Recent Coalition Announcements
Coalition Members Open College Applications
Coalition Web Events: August Update Webinars for Counselors
First-Ever “Coalition Day” to raise awareness about college accessibility.
The Coalition announces new partnership with the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
The National Partnership for Educational Access (NPEA) welcomes Annie Reznik to its Advisory Board.
The Coalition establishes registry of community-based organizations.
The Coalition for College is proud to announce a new college application fee waiver for members of the U.S. Armed Forces.
The Coalition is proud to participate in Up Next, Former First Lady Michelle Obama's mobile messaging campaign.
The Coalition expands access with new eligibility criteria.
The Coalition Application offers fee waivers to lower income students.
The Coalition in the News
Fast Company, May 3, 2017:
How Do Teens With Limited Internet Apply To College?
The New York Times, January 31, 2017:
Colleges Discover the Rural Student
The White House, Office of the First Lady, January 6, 2017:
FACT SHEET: First Lady Michelle Obama Hosts School Counselor of the Year and Marks
The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 1, 2016:
‘Coalition’ Expands Eligibility Criteria for Shared Admissions Application
The Chronicle of Higher Education, August 3, 2016:
‘Coalition’ Leader Wants New Application to Serve the Underdog in Admissions
The Washington Post, August 1, 2016:
There’s a New Way to Apply to Big–Name Colleges. Here’s What to Know.
Baltimore Sun Op–Ed, July 24, 2016:
College Collaboration Will Boost Low–Income Enrollment