The California College Promise Project (CCPP), a partnership between WestEd, PennAHEAD, and the College Promise Campaign, provides professional development, technical assistance, research, and evaluation to support College Promise programs. The CCPP also shares College Promise knowledge, strategies, and research findings to audiences in California and across the nation.

Mapping College Promise in California: 73 Programs and Counting

 

California College Promise programs are considered active if they:

  • include students based on residency or school attendance
  • offer direct financial support for students
  • serve all students who meet the program’s eligibility criteria

Featured Project

New Report on College Promise in California for the James Irvine Foundation

November 2018

Just released, this report from the California College Promise Project at WestEd describes the College Promise landscape in California, including the number of College Promise programs, the features of those programs, and the general perceptions of College Promise held by practitioners, leaders, and policymakers.

Access the full report here, and learn more about the CCPP’s work in California in this recent article in Forbes.

Featured Event

Promises That Count Community of Practice Kickoff

April 20, 2018

The California College Promise Project is pleased to announce that the Los Angeles County Promises That Count Community of Practice officially kicked off at our first meeting on April 20th in L.A. Read more about the Promises That Count Initiative and the seven College Promise programs participating in this 15-month community of practice.

Featured Resource

Promises That Count: College Promise in Los Angeles County

Fall 2017

The Promises That Count Report (PDF) includes a summary of the key features of College Promise programs in Los Angeles County.