Welcome to the Journal of College Access, a peer-reviewed, academic, open access, online journal with a focus on how students aspire to, gain access to, enroll in and persist in higher education institutions. The Journal is published periodically.
Views expressed are those of the authors and are not necessarily endorsed by the publisher, the Michigan College Access Network (MCAN), nor the Center for Postsecondary Readiness and Success. Copyright in material published in the Journal remains with the author. Reproduction is permitted for educational, non-commercial purposes only, with appropriate referencing.
We welcome submissions from a wide community of practitioners including, but not limited to college and university faculty, graduate students, administrators, college access professionals, and others with an interest in the college access movement.
The Journal was cited by the Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) as a reason that Western Michigan University received MCAN's Steward Award in 2015.
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Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 1 (2022) Equity-Based Career Development and Postsecondary Readiness
From a Bag Lunch to a Buffet: A Case Study of a Low-Income African American Academy’s Vision of Promoting College and Career Readiness in the United States
Edward C. Fletcher Jr., Erik M. Hines, Donna Y. Ford, and James L. Moore III
“I Was Going to Work Full-Time at Roses Department Store”: The Need for College Readiness with Black and Latinx Students
Dana Griffin and Nicole Birkenstock
Structured Pathways, Reinforced Plans: Exploring the Impact of a Dual Enrollment Program on the College Choice and Career Interests of Future Teachers of Color
Jennifer M. Johnson, Joseph H. Paris, and Juliet D. Curci
Breaking Down Barriers: A Culturally Responsive Career Development Intervention with Racially Minoritized Girls of Color
Marsha L. Rutledge and Philip B. Gnilka
Study Abroad: Perspectives from Historically Underrepresented Student Populations
Meghan Ecker-Lyster and Nadzeya Kardash
Over the Rainbow: A Career Development Group for LGBTQ+ Teens
Anita A. Neuer Colburn and Isabella M. Herrera
Campus Visits as Predictors of Postsecondary Enrollment in Low-Income, Rural School Districts
M. Corinne Smith, Ross M. Gosky, and Jui-Teng Li
- Erik M. Hines
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- Department of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems
- Florida State University