"NCAN membership has so many privileges and rewards. From the weekly Success Digest to the free webinars, which help us train and develop our people, you get so much back in return for your investment that it seems like a real steal."
--uAspire CEO Bob Gianinno-Racine
Four Reasons Your Organization Should Join NCAN
1. Join the Growing College Success Movement.
In the last decade, NCAN's membership has grown more than 500 percent, building the field of college access and success into a national movement. Together, we can help more students navigate the path to and through college.
2. Learn From Your Peers.
We all want to serve more students, more effectively, but often don't have local resources to turn to for benchmarking, professional development, or just to share ideas. There's no better way than hearing directly from your peer programs around the country. Learn about innovations you wouldn't discover any other way, such as e-mentoring for student success in Cleveland, a centralized summer melt center in in St. Louis, or best practices for using student enrollment and persistence data from the National Student Clearinghouse.
3. Get Valuable Benefits.
Eighty-five percent of members find NCAN’s benefits so useful that they renew their membership year after year. Whether it's our members-only Success Digest (a weekly roundup of the top news you need to know), free financial literacy training for your students, discounts on events and data from the National Student Clearinghouse, or professional development webinars, your entire organization's staff will get resources they need to do their jobs better and more efficiently.
4. Cross Sectors.
College success takes a village, and at NCAN you can connect with NCAN members spanning a broad range of the education, nonprofit, government, and civic sectors:
National, regional, and local nonprofit organizations that help more underrepresented students enter and succeed in postsecondary education
Colleges and universities
Foundations and corporations
State education agencies
K-12 school districts
Education associations, consultants, and researchers
Apply now online!
Amina Anderson Pringle, Member Services Manager
National College Access Network
1001 Connecticut Ave., NW Suite 632
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202-347-4848 x.208