The Consortium is committed to increasing low-income and first generation college students’ access to effective college and career readiness practices and equity in postsecondary student outcomes.
The Consortium is committed to using research and research tools to identify the features of interventions, programs, and practices that improve postsecondary student outcomes.
The Consortium is committed to strategic partnerships and collaborative activities with stakeholders that will lead to increased postsecondary student outcomes.
The Consortium is committed to using common metrics and assessments that align activities with demonstrable impact on student achievement and college and career outcome measures.
The National Consortium for School Counseling and Postsecondary Success recently hosted a webinar to provide an overview of the upcoming 3rd Strengthening School Counseling and College Advising White House Convening. This invitation only convening will be held at the University of North Florida, on November 2 – 4, 2015 and will bring together state teams committed to improving student postsecondary outcomes. For more information please view the webinar. A Q&A; session is included at the end of the webinar.
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This report was written to capture the main ideas from the event and inform future convenings and work in the field.