Students outside O'Shaughnessy Hall

TRiO Newswire

Upward Bound Press Release

Washington, D.C. — Upward Bound, the country’s first federal program to prepare low-income students for college, is celebrating 50 years of helping high school students go from poverty to the middle class through higher education. Among the millions of alumni who got their start through the program are two-time Oscar nominee Viola Davis; best-selling author Wil Haygood; ABC Primetime host John Quinones; GE Asset Management President and CEO Dmitri Stockton, Democratic National Committee Vice-Chairwoman Donna Brazile, and a varied list of astronauts, judges, scientists, politicians, actors, musicians, scholars, inventors, and entrepreneurs.

 

FR. TED'S 10K A Success

More than 300 students, staff, campus and community participants came out to support TRiO at FR. TED'S 10K on campus Sunday April 27, 2014.

Thank you to all runners, walkers, volunteers, and sponsors who supported this fundraising event! All funds support scholarships for high school seniors in TRiO Upward Bound.…

Upcoming Events

Upward Bound Summer Residential Academy

July 13, 2014

Notre Dame -- Upward Bound scholars will move into Pangborn and Fisher Halls on Sunday, July 13, for a three-week college residential experience. Students will take classes for credit in campus academic buildings, eat three meals a day in the South Dining Hall, and participate in social and cultural activities, such as sports, outings and community service. Five residential counselors will stay with them in the dorms to assist in tutoring and mentoring.…

Upward Bound; 50 Years

August 31, 2014

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 Conference Celebration of 50 years, May 21, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

100 Days, 100 Celebrations


This summer, the Council for Opportunity in Education