ACCESS College Foundation
Provides a path for students who may not have the opportunity to attend and complete college. Since 1988, ACCESS College Foundation has leveraged $500-million in financial aid and scholarships, awarded $9 million in ACCESS “Last-Dollar” Scholarships, and offered guidance and support to help over 50,000 students achieve their higher education goals. ACCESS programs and services are available free of charge to all public school students in South Hampton Roads and Northampton County.
- Assistance with choosing colleges that fit your proposed major or interests.
- Assistance with registering for the SAT and/or ACT, guidance through the college application processes.
- Assistance with the financial aid process, including FAFSA forms.
ACCESS further assists low income students by paying SAT, ACT, and college application fees.
Access also has an early college awareness program to motivate students in grades 7 and 8 to pursue higher education. Each year 10,000 7th and 8th graders participate in ACCESS’ activities, taking their first step in the pursuit of higher education.
Find the Advisor for your school:
Churchland High School: Jordan Brown
I.C. Norman High School: Joanne Forbes
Woodrow Wilson High School: Joshua Man
All middle schools: Peggy Johnson
To learn more, click here.