More than $12M Dollars have been awarded to CCF scholars in financial aid and scholarships in the last five years since our inception.
Scholars typically increase test scores by four points.
100% of our Scholars received scholarships and financial aid to cover most (90% or more) total college costs, direct and indirect.
Our Scholars gain admittance to colleges and universities across the United States, including some of the most prestigious schools in the country (and the list keeps growing): American University, Auburn University, Baylor University, Berea College, Berry College, Birmingham-Southern College, Boston College, Boston University, Brown University, Butler University, Centre College, College of William & Mary, Emory University, Furman University, George Washington University, Howard University, Iona College, Miami of Ohio, Notre Dame, Pacific University, Rhodes College, Spelman College, Transylvania University, Trinity University, Tulane University, Tuskegee University, University of Alabama, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Virginia, Vanderbilt University, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest University, Washington & Lee University, Washington University in St. Louis, Wofford College and Yale University.
Our mentoring of disadvantaged, talented students is changing the trajectory of their lives.
We help close the gap of low-income students who attend college.
In some cases, our Scholars would not even attend a local community college without our assistance.
Because of College Choice Foundation, bright, low-income students can dismantle the many barriers they face to attend college. We invest time, provide resources, engage in coaching and offer unlimited encouragement to help them navigate successfully the multiple details, deadlines, forms and costs that might otherwise deter them from attending college.
Our Scholars will truly change the world in ways beyond our imagination - just IMAGINE how great their IMPACT can be - LIMITLESS.
|Caroline Bald||2019||Boston College|
|Jessica Mau||2018||Trinity University|
|Joshua Ndegwa||2018||Vanderbilt University|
|Maddie Bald||2017||Boston College|
|Angelica Everson||2017||American University|
|Frank Trujillo||2017||University of Alabama|
|Anonymous*||2016||Small Liberal Arts College|
|Sean Conboy||2016||Boston College|
|Joy Korley||2015||Washington University in St. Louis|
|Michelle Williams||2015||Washington University in St. Louis|