Gateway to College Funding
|Source:||Gateway To College National Network|
|Program:||Gateway to College Funding|
|Eligibility:||Gateway to College programs are funded locally through formal partnerships between colleges and school districts. K-12 districts provide funds on a per-pupil basis to cover the cost of tuition, books and support staff. Colleges can work with multiple school district partners. Students are generally enrolled in both the K-12 district and the college, although all activities take place on the college campus.|
|Purpose:||Since 2003, Gateway To College Has Expanded To 35 Colleges In 20 States. Gateway To College National Network Is Interested In Bringing Its Unique Model To More Communities And Students.
New Gateway Network Members Are Selected Through A Rigorous Discovery And Selection Process, Which Includes Meetings With National Network Staff Both At An Existing Gateway Program And At The Applicant College, Submission Of A Letter Of Interest, And A Budget Review. Since Gateway To College Represents A Partnership Between Colleges And Their Local School Districts, The Application Requires The Participation Of School District Leadership.
|Gateway to College National Network
529 SE Grand Avenue, Suite 300, Portland, OR 97214 phone: 971-634-1212
Please contact Ashley Wilkins, Coordinator of Partnership Development, at email@example.com for more information