Equality is the quarterly COE newsletter. In this special free issue, get reflections from COE President Hoyler on the election of Joe Biden, a recap of Annual Conference 2020, effective practices from programs nationwide, and more.
The 3-day training program for TRIO assists personnel in improving the operation and success of financial aid, literacy and admissions projects.
Learn from the experiences of TRIO alumni about ways to advance in professionally in higher education inside and outside of TRIO. After the session, network with panelists and participants during a virtual mixer.
For the past four years institutions nationwide have celebrated first-generation students, faculty, and staff on November 8.
We’re looking for a strategic thinker to serve as Vice President for Development. Here’s a chance to build relationships, create and execute a bold development plan for COE and help us further advance our mission. Learn more and apply today.
Let us help you start off right. In this webinar, COE will review important documents and terminology, key steps that should be completed within the first 90 days, and organizations available to support your grants success.
Use November 8 to encourage campus communities to better understand the systemic barriers plaguing higher education.
Congress and the White House are debating the final COVID-19 bill now. Tell Congress to include our community request for $450M for TRIO technology and capacity to serve students and families in the COVID-19 crisis.
Spend 10 days virtually covering topics with esteemed faculty from across the nation! Courses are $500 for members and $800 for non-members. Seats fill up fast! Register today.
Bookbags, Letterman cardigans, laptop sleeve cases, journals, fanny packs and more!
Connect with peers, discuss current challenges, and learn legislative and regulatory authority via webinars brought to you by your Fair Share contributions. Participants will get the latest information from Capitol Hill and the U.S. Department of Education.
Achieve college access and success for low-income students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities.