• GEAR UP Georgia

    In October 2016, Georgia received its first statewide GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Potential) Grant. On behalf of the Governor’s Office, the University System of Georgia will administer the seven-year, $21-million-dollar grant awarded by US Department of Education.

  • Community Profile Report

    The College Success Georgia Network Community Profile Report provides college and career readiness indicators and success data on each county and school district in Georgia. 

  • Find Your Organization

    Be sure to visit our Featured Organizations page to find mentoring programs, summer programs,and more that support you going to college.

What is GEAR UP Georgia?

GEAR UP GeorgiaIn October 2016, Georgia received its first statewide GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Program) Grant. On behalf of the Governor’s Office, the University System of Georgia will administer the seven-year, $21-million-dollar grant awarded by US Department of Education.

OUR OBJECTIVE

  • Increase targeted Cohort and Priority Students academic performance and preparation for postsecondary education
  • Increase percentage of targeted Cohort and Priority Students who graduate from high school and enroll in a post-secondary institution
  • Increase student and family knowledge of post-secondary education options, preparation, financing and careers
  • Increase targeted Cohort and Priority student persistence rates for year one of post-secondary education

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About College Success Georgia

The College Success Georgia network mission is to increase college access, opportunity, completion and preparation for careers, particularly among underrepresented students and adults.

The goal is to empower schools, organizations and institutions with the tools necessary to help students and adults meet 21st Century workforce needs by increasing the percentage of high-quality degrees or credentials.

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