Community Partners

In the Bay Area, we partner with multiple schools, giving a wide array of students and families access to our services.

The partner sites at which we embed a dedicated uAspire College Affordability Advisor for the 2017-18 school year are:

In addition, to help ensure strong positive outcomes for all of San Francisco’s African American youth, uAspire Bay Area provides dedicated college affordability advising for the African American 12th graders in all SFUSD high schools, as our contribution to San Francisco’s My Brother’s & Sister’s Keeper Initiative. Students at Burton, Mission, and Washington High Schools receive in-person MBSK advising and the rest receiving virtual advising via text-messaging.


uAspire Bay Area also conducts advising for high school students growing up in the vicinity of eight UC campuses as our contribution to the UC Office of the President’s Pre-College Scholars Initiative. Through this partnership, uAspire is working to increase the pipeline of low-income and first-generation college-bound students into the UC system and gain valuable learnings about affording our state’s top-tier public colleges to apply to our Bay Area advising as well. In 2017-18, we are serving 1,100 12th graders through partnerships with:

Please contact Monica HaydenuAspire Bay Area Senior Program Director, for more information about our programmatic work.