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Fayetteville State University Office of College Access Programs

Program Description

Fayetteville State University Office of College Access Programs has multiple programs that provide support for enhancing academic skills to help middle and high school students with achieving the goal of going to college by helping to prepare, apply, pay and enroll in college. We provide a broad range of high-quality college preparatory services to support students, parents, and educators.

As a leader in the college access industry, we have a strong track record of having positive effects on helping students be successful in and achieve their desire to go to college. Annually, Our dedicated team supports over 2,800 students in Cumberland, Hoke and Robeson Counties. There is no cost for any services provided by our program.

The Office of College Access & Student Success Programs provided expanded learning opportunities for middle and high school students. Our students are served during school, after school, on Saturdays and during summer months. Each program has a unique delivery model designed for expanding students learning environment to enhance their trajectory through middle school, high school and institutions of higher education.

Services Provided

  • Academic enrichment/tutoring/study skills
  • Arts and cultural
  • Career exploration and counseling/internships
  • College admissions guidance and counseling
  • College fairs/campus visits
  • College transition and retention support
  • Community service/service hours
  • Financial aid advising/FAFSA completion
  • Leadership development
  • Mentoring
  • Parent/family services
  • SAT/ACT and other test preparation
  • Scholarships and last-dollar grants
  • Science, tech, engineering, & math (STEM)

Demographics

Education Level and
Number of Students

  • High School: 2800
  • Middle School: 0
  • Elementary School: 0
  • Post-secondary: 0
  • Non-traditional: 0

Populations Served

  • Academically At-risk
  • Academically High-performing
  • ESL Students

First-Generation

  • Less than 25%