The latest on innovative strategies that support postsecondary attainment for all students, including adults and underrepresented minority populations, by the staff of ACE’s Center for Education Attainment and Innovation (CEAI), guest writers and ACE members working to advance new higher education models to expand access and success.

From its first programs for returning World War II veterans, ACE’s CEAI has led the national movement to recognize and promote adult learner programs in higher education. As the highly respected leader in the evaluation of workforce and military training, the Center demonstrates its commitment to adult learning and attainment through a wide range of programs and initiatives that support postsecondary access and success.

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Erasing the Community College Stigma

ACE’s Jon Turk argues that a real solution to so many of our challenges around college affordability, access, and success lies in our nation’s community colleges.

A Dream Pursued, A Dream Fulfilled: How a College Degree Can Transform Lives

As College Signing Day approaches, we cheer on the high school students who have decided to immediately continue on to college. And we also celebrate the millions of adults joining them, whose lives have taken various paths since graduating high school.

Higher Education Community Gathers in Philadelphia for ACE2019

Read posts from a selection of sessions and other events at ACE2019, the Council’s 101st Annual Meeting held March 10-12 in Philadelphia.

ACE at 100: Supporting College Access and Diversity

Achieving equitable access to college for communities of color and recognizing and protecting institutional autonomy and freedom to construct a diverse campus that generates educational benefits for its students have been critical goals for ACE throughout its history.

ACE at 100: Supporting the Dreams of Severely Injured Military Veterans

In 2007, ACE created the Severely Injured Military Veterans: Fulfilling Their Dreams program in  response to a request from James Wright, then president of Dartmouth, and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for academic advising for over 700 severely injured service members.

ACE at 100: Increasing Access Through the American College Application Campaign

In 2005, a North Carolina high school hosted an event called College Application Day, with the goal of having every senior complete and submit at least one college application. The program soon spread statewide, reaching underserved students and by 2011, ACE President Molly Corbett Broad advocated scaling the program nationwide.