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College I'm In! National Signing Day with ACCESS!

On April 26, more than 1,400 students from across Hampton Roads gathered for “National Signing Day” to celebrate their commitment to higher education. “College I’m In!” was one of hundreds of events taking place across the nation as part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s #ReachHigher initiative.

Thank you to our guests Gilbert T. Bland, Council Member for the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV), Congressman Bobby Scott (VA-3), Dr. Ellen Neufeldt, Vice President for Student and Enrollment Services at Old Dominion University and our emcee, Shaggy from Z104 for their participation and support!

Congratulations to all of our graduating seniors who have made the commitment to higher education!

To view photos from the event, please visit our Facebook page. An archived video of the whole event is also available on Facebook here.

It IS A Different World: College Changes EVERYTHING!

For the first time ever on April 16, cast members from A Different World gathered on a college campus for an intimate discussion exploring the importance of higher education and the value of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in both their historic and current roles.

The event, sponsored by SunTrust Bank and titled, “It IS A Different World: College Changes EVERYTHING!” benefited both ACCESS College Foundation and Norfolk State University’s (NSU) Honors College.

        

Thank you to the cast, our sponsors and everyone who had a role in putting the event together! We hope the event inspired local students to follow their dreams of pursuing a higher education and demonstrated the impact post-secondary success can have on a student’s future.

To view more photos from the event, please visit our Facebook page.

 

Do you have a child in middle school? Join us for a Middle School Parent Night this month!

Check out our Upcoming Events tab for dates and locationsACCESS' early college awareness program motivates students in grades 7 and 8 to pursue higher education. Our goal is to educate families about financial aid options and help students to explore their college and career interests. 

It's Not Too Late to File Your 2016 FAFSA!

Bonnie B. Sutton, President and CEO of ACCESS College Foundation explains the importance of filing your FAFSA form by the February 15th deadline.

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