CollegePoint helps high-achieving students from low- and moderate-income backgrounds apply to and get and enroll in top-performing colleges and universities across the U.S. We connect each student with a near-peer advisor who will provide free one-on-one advising through the entire college process—from creating an initial college list and applying for financial aid through to interpreting financial aid award letters and choosing which school to attend.
In order to be eligible for CollegePoint’s Advising Program, students must:
Be in the Class of 2019
Have a GPA of 3.5 or higher
Have tested in the 90th percentile on the PSAT*/NMSQT (Math and Critical Reading combined score of 1280), SAT* (Math and Critical Reading combined score of 1310) or ACT (composite score of 28)
Have an annual family income of less than $80,000
*Indicates that scores for PSAT and redesigned SAT will be available in a few weeks