College Track is committed to data-driven program evaluation. By
providing high-quality programming and grounding our decisions on
student data, we aim to deeply impact our students and our communities.
Learn about College Track's results and read about the challenges low income and minority students face when pursuing the dream of a college degree.
In June 2011, 90% of College Track seniors graduated from high school CSU eligible.
In California, 16% of African American and 14% of Latino students graduate college ready (completion of the A-G requirements).
Education Trust-West Analysis of the CDE data, using Manhattan Institute methodology, 2007.
85% of College Track students are the first in their family to earn a college degree.
Among U.S. college students, only 22% are first generation college students.
Source: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education
Statistics, National Education Longitudinal Study of 1988
(NELS:88/2000), “Fourth Follow-up, Postsecondary Education Transcript
Study (PETS), 2000.
Over 90% of College Track high school graduates are attending or have graduated college.
56% of U.S. college students earn a 4 year degree.
Fiscal Year 2008 Performance Budget: Performance Plan
STUDENTS SERVED: ENROLLMENT
High-school and college students College Track has served:
In 2011-12 College Track is serving nearly 1,200 high school and college students.