Bridging Divides. Closing Gaps.

College Bridge - Symposium Girls

Are you preparing your students for college success?

What are your outcomes?

Would you like to improve them?

Our Mission

We strive to break the cycle of transgenerational poverty by identifying and eliminating barriers that prevent underrepresented students from progressing to and through college.

Our Approach

We provide research-based professional development to administrators, math instructors, and counselors across the K-16 continuum to improve outcomes for targeted college readiness and success metrics.

Our Focus

We focus on K-16 Mathematics, K-14 Accountability, Mastery Grading and College Counseling.

Services

Engage at a level and time commitment that fits your needs:

Improve Student Outcomes

in Workshops and Courses.
Improve targeted students outcomes in
Workshops & Courses
that provide an interactive deep dive into topics and strategies.
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Announcements & Blogs

It’s Time To Set the Precedent, Remote Instruction Wasn't All Bad

It’s Time To Set the Precedent, Remote Instruction Wasn't All Bad

In the world of education, one of those words that no-one wants to hear anymore is, unprecedented. As…
Admission Decision Appeals

Admission Decision Appeals

College admission decisions are rolling in every day now, brining both tears of joy and tears of sorrow.…
Financial Aid Appeals

Financial Aid Appeals

While families are still dealing with the impacts of COVID-19, Financial Aid Appeals will likely be a needed step…
Cal Grant A & B

Cal Grant A & B

For many first-generation low-income students, the Cal Grant Program has proven to be a great equalizer in creating…
What’s the difference between FAFSA, CADAA & DACA?

What’s the difference between FAFSA, CADAA & DACA?

Which financial aid application should undocumented students complete?  For years, undocumented students have received mixed messages about whether…
Student Dependency Status PART 2: Dependency Override

Student Dependency Status PART 2: Dependency Override

Not all students clearly fit into the predetermined financial aid status definitions of Dependent or Independent. The majority…