It is our mission to encourage and assist youth who are traditionally under-represented in post-secondary education with preparation for, entry into, and completion of a post-secondary education. We provide a broad range of high-quality college preparatory services to students, parents, and educators.
We expect that all students, regardless of their neighborhood, are capable of being prepared to enroll and succeed in college.
Service Delivery Area
The Office of College Access & Success Programs are expanded learning opportunites for middle and high school students. Students enrolled in our programs are served during school, after school, on Saturdays and during summer months. Each program has a unique delivery model designed for expanding students learning environment to enhance their trajectory through middle school, high school and institutions of higher education.
Resources for High School Seniors
ATTENTION SENIOR PARTICIPANTS, PARENTS, GUARDIANS and/or MENTORS
YOU ARE INVITED!!!
Join the Office of College Access Programs in celebration of our 2017 high school graduates!!! We have a full agenda filled with food, education, memories, OCAP Scholarship announcement, senior giveaways and fun!
TO RSVP, CLICK HERE:
Looking for scholarship opportunities to finance your college education? Well look no further, we've complied a list of scholarships with upcoming deadlines. Click the title to check out some of the college scholarships and be sure to check back often for new scholarships!
Office of College Access Senior Scholarship
This Senior Success guide will steer you through the tasks you need to complete during your senior year to ensure your chances of getting accepted by your top choice colleges. Review this guide regularly to find out what steps you should be taking through out your senior year.
Resources for Students & Parents
SchoolShelf is a online student success library. This is a great resource for students, parents, counselors, teachers, and administrators. Our online schoolself include resources for academic success, student success, college preparation, career planning, and parent involvement for both high school and middle school students.
1200 Murchison Road
Helen T. Chick Building, 120
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Hours: M-F, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Teresa Thompson-Pinckney, Ed.D. Executive Director, College Access and Succees Programs