The Carolina Corps continues to help students find the right path to college.
WIZS 1450 AM, Henderson, NC | 2015
The Carolina College Advising Corps expanded to Vance County in 2014. A former student discusses the impact of the program in the community and statewide.
The (Henderson, N.C.) Daily Dispatch | May 6, 2015
Advisers Austin Dixon and Tavaris Baxter of Vance County organized a College Signing Day event to celebrate their seniors’ decisions to pursue post-secondary education or join the military.
WUNC All Things Considered | April 29, 2015
Adviser Ricky Ruvio, who serves Hibriten High School and West Caldwell High School in Caldwell County, spoke about his work with first-generation college students on WUNC’s “The State of Things.”
The (Lynchburg) News & Advance | Oct. 20, 2013
Chancellor Carol L. Folt visited Reidsville High School and spoke about the importance of higher education.
Chronicle of Higher Education | Jan. 16, 2014
The White House speaks on non-profit groups and foundations that have committed to helping to improve college access.
UNC Campus Updates | Jan. 17, 2014
Chancellor Folt attended at a day-long White House summit on college affordability this week; this just goes to highlight Carolina’s long-standing commitment to ensuring access to a high-quality education for students.
Carolina Alumni Review | March/April 2011
The Carolina College Advising Corps was featured in the March/April 2011 Carolina Alumni Review’s article “The Other High School Counselors,” by Bill Krueger.