ABOUT College Track is the catalyst for change for under-resourced high school students who are motivated to earn a college degree. Since its inception, College Track has grown each year, strengthening its services and expanding its program to support more and more students. College Track is a national college completion nonprofit that empowers students from underserved communities to reach their dream of a college degree. Through our center-based approach and core service areas, College Track has created a culture of high expectations. We ensure that each student is college ready and provide support that many students do not have in their homes or at their schools. Together, these components make a powerful, comprehensive program that empowers students to achieve their dream of a college education. College TrackÃ¢Â?Â?s programs for high school and college students are centered around our four core service areas: Academic Affairs reinforces high standards and accountability that enable our students to enter college and succeed in life. Student Life provides students the opportunities, resources, and tools to explore their passions and constructively engage in their communities. College Affairs guides students in all aspects related to college admissions and helps students find college scholarships. College Success provides support to our college students through academic advising and help finding financial aid. Each program has a set of clearly-defined student goals and expectations that are mapped to higher education admission requirements. These core programs form College Track's foundation, but, like anything else, it is the intangibles that make the real difference. The staff and volunteers set high standards, encouraging and supporting students when students feel daunted and providing tough love when students are not performing to their potential. It is the personal element of the relationships formed, between volunteers, staff and students that make College Track a uniquely effective educational force. Beginning in the fall of 2011, College Track welcomed its fifth center in Aurora, Colorado. In partnership with Colorado-based education non-profit Summit 54, the new center currently serves 110 students from Rangeview High School, and will serve over 200 high school students in Colorado during the next three years.