"...Now I am an example for Latina women who want to achieve their goals while facing barriers."
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"...After graduation I will find a better paying job to better my life."
"I used to be a single mother, Nana, sister and friend without a Bachelor's Degree. Now I am all of those titles and more WITH a Bachelor's Degree!"
"I used to be a self proclaimed expert sidekick. Now I am a college level leader."
"Now I am a confident Black woman, mother, wife, advocate, and an example of hard work and resilience with my bachelor's degree."
College Unbound Philadelphia works to make a college degree more accessible for teacher's assistants
A shortage of educators--and especially educators of color--has become one of our nation's most pressing issues. Read more about how we're working with the School District of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers to help solve the problem in one of the largest cities in America.
From the New England Journal of Higher Education: CU Provost, Co-Founder, and President-Elect Adam Bush writes about the exciting ways we can transform higher education to better serve adult learners.
Constitution Day always catches me by surprise, but when I sit down to write about it, I find it is always urgent and necessary to reflect on what “constitutes” us as a college and a community..
Read Linda Borg's latest on how our TA2BA program, offered in partnership with Equity Institute, is changing the game for teacher's assistants and school paraprofessionals looking to take the next step in their careers.
A generous grant from WalmartOrg is allowing CU, in partnership with Peer to Peer University to expand our innovative library-based Learning Circle program nationwide!
A generous grant from WalmartOrg is allowing CU, in partnership with Peer to Peer University to expand our innovative library-based Learning Circle program nationwide! Thank you to Providence Business News for covering this great news!
- 97% of CU graduates report that they are more marketable as a
result of earning their degree.
- 87% of CU graduates continued their projects after graduation.
- 75% of students who started in 2016 have completed their BA in less than 4 years.