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Go Alliance


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Working to Increase College Access and Success

College Application Week: A Toolkit for Increasing Access to Higher Education


FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Alice Anne Bailey
Director
404-879-5601

Working to Increase College Access and Success


SREB’s Go Alliance is an interstate cooperative that strives to increase high school graduation rates, access to education beyond high school, and postsecondary degree completion — particularly for those who would be the first in their families to enroll.

Go Alliance research and services focus on:

  • Improving college access policy
  • Increasing both the quality and availability of support programs to help students prepare for and apply to postsecondary education
  • Enhancing communications strategies to inform students about how to plan and
    apply for college — and motivate them to do so.

A professional network to help states share best practices, Go Alliance offers services
for members including research, technical support, access to multistate programs and
professional development. More >


Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Go Alliance?

Go Alliance is a consortium of states that work together to increase the number of students who successfully complete an education program beyond high school. Go Alliance research and services focus on three main areas: 1) improving college access policy; 2) increasing both the quality and availability of support programs that help students prepare for and apply to postsecondary education; and 3) enhancing communications strategies that inform students about how to plan and apply for college and motivate them to do so.

Go Alliance members participate in collaborative, multi-state programs that utilize best practices and diffuse costs, allowing states to accomplish together what they might not be able to do individually. Go Alliance helps states replicate successful programs that have proven effective in other states. It also connects college access professionals from state to state so they can share best practices and discuss issues relevant to their work.

How is Go Alliance funded?

Go Alliance is a membership-based organization that is funded through annual membership fees. Go Alliance has also received sponsorship funding from ACT Inc. and the College Board, as well as grants from Lumina Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the National Governors Association.

How can my state or organization become a member?

The unit of membership for Go Alliance is a state. Membership is open to both SREB and non-SREB states. Once a state is a member of Go Alliance, services are made available to all staff of non-profit organizations and agencies who work in the area of postsecondary access and success. Resources are made available to states through their official Go Alliance representatives and can be used for not-for-profit educational purposes only. For SREB states, the annual cost of Go Alliance membership is $8,000 per state. For non-SREB states who participate in Go Alliance's College and Career Counseling Initiative, annual membership is $10,000 per state. For non-SREB states who do not participate in SREB's counselor training program, Go Alliance annual membership is $12,000 per state. If you would like more information on becoming a member, please contact Alice Anne Bailey at aliceanne.bailey@sreb.org.

How can I contact Go Alliance?

For more information, contact Alice Anne Bailey, Director
592 10th St. N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30318-5776
(404) 879-5601
aliceanne.bailey@sreb.org

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