AdvanceEDU

Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Denver, Douglas, & Jefferson counties
Call: (303) 527 4214Visit: myadvanceedu.org

About AdvanceEDU

AdvanceEDU is a Denver-based nonprofit helping Coloradans who want to earn a career-relevant degree and start a meaningful career do so affordably with personalized coaching, academic support, and career connections from a team focused on helping you succeed.

An innovative, new kind of college experience in Colorado.

AdvanceEDU offers a flexible, affordable college experience that is designed for students who work, have family commitments, and/or are first-generation. Students get their online degrees from our accredited, nonprofit partners and we provide all the things that students need to be successful including personalized coaching and supports in our Denver campus. We also offer the Advancer Fund: a funding option for students with barriers to accessing federal financial aid.

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Immigrant Youth Leadership Programs- Convivir

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TheDream.US: Large scholarship for DACA & undocumented college students!

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UNDOCU & DACA Student Support

Get help filling out your forms, and Scholarships. Undocumented & DACAmented are welcome

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