In a nation where only eight percent of students from low-income communities are expected to graduate from college by age 25, OneGoal Fellows are improving their academic performances to become competitive - and successful - college students. To date, 87 percent of OneGoal's high school graduates have enrolled in college. Of those who enroll, 85 percent are persisting in college or have graduated with a college degree.
To reach our long-term goals and monitor short-term progress, OneGoal rigorously tracks student outcomes along several key indicators of success, ensuring that we maximize our impact with the schools and communities we serve. Our primary goals for Fellows are 1) college enrollment and 2) persistence to graduation. Secondary indicators of success include attendance rates at OneGoal sessions and conferences, ACT growth, GPA improvement, the number of applications submitted to match colleges and financial aid secured.
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