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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.
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!
College Unbound's TA to BA program with Equity Institute featured in national education news site The 74 Million
Two years in, our TA to BA program with Equity Institute is expanding nationwide, writes Asher Lehrer-Small in The 74 Millions. Learn about about how we're helping train the next generation of teachers:.
College Unbound Staff join B101's Bill George to Discuss Education and Innovation
CU President Dennis Littky, Admissions Director Jose Rodriguez, and Admissions Coordinator Sonia Thomas joined B101's Bill George for a lively conversation about our innovative model of higher education here at College Unbound.
College Unbound Receives Grant from Walmart to Expand Pathways to Education and Employment
(Providence, RI) - On May 18, 2022, College Unbound (CU)–Rhode Island’s only accredited institution of higher education designed specifcally for working adults–received a generous grant from Walmart for the national expansion of CU’s library-based pathways to employment and Bachelor’s Degree completion. The program actively reimagines education, developing credentialed pathways that bridge work experience, education, and skill development.