Promoting OPPORTUNITIES in higher education through early intervention programs.
College Talent Search
College Talent Search (a TRiO program) is a federally funded project administered through the U.S. Department of Education that allows students in target area schools professional guidance for college admissions, scholarships, testing, financial aid and other college access needs. Learn more about College Talent Search >>>
G-Force is a select group of college students who help area high school students with college access by providing support, motivation and encouragement. They also provide technical assistance with college applications, FAFSA's, scholarships, as well as assist students in tutoring, mentoring and outreach activities. Learn more about Collegiate GForce >>>
Avanzamos: A Clinton Global Initiative Project
Avanzamos (CGI) is a project that serves to identify and network with Hispanic students from area high schools who are interested in attending West Texas A&M University. Learn more about Avanzamos >>>
The Mobile Go Center provides a centralized technology hub for college access. The MGC is a trailer set up with laptops and satellite Internet to assist students in applying to college.
Partners In Success
University Outreach partners with many community organizations to further college access to those who have been historically underrepresented in college demographics. ACE, No Limits No Excuses, Panhandle AHEC, Los Barrios, TACHE, NAACP and more.
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