We improve the economic mobility of underrepresented students by increasing access to financial aid and postsecondary pathways.
Support high school and college students to access financial aid and navigate postsecondary systems through in-person and virtual advising.
Equip counselors and program staff with financial aid knowledge and student centered-resources through professional training and support.
Advocate for federal, state, and institutional policy change to transform financial aid and higher education systems based on our students’ lived experiences.
Develop unique solutions to address partners’ needs by leveraging our financial aid expertise, advising experience, and student-centered research.
uAspire students are 80% more likely to graduate college.
"uAspire is important in communities like mine in Oakland where a lot of kids don't know where to start. Advisors give students the tools to reach opportunities that they couldn't imagine reaching alone."
Mass. should add another high school graduation requirement
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