Several online national directories have been created to provide information about and links to relevant reports and articles on college awareness, access and preparation. Here are two exceptional databases:
- College Access Matters: The Opportunity for College Access Programs in Minnesota
Publisher: Minnesota College Access Network, Minnesota Minority Education Partnership, Inc.
Pub Date: 2006
Description: This report provides information for those seeking to make investments that enhance or expand Minnesota's college access programs to serve more students.
- State of Students of Color
Publisher: Minnesota Minority Education Partnership, Inc.
Pub Date: 2009
Description: The report provides a comprehensive view of the educational experiences of students of color in Minnesota schools, colleges and universities. It highlights the significant demographic changes affecting perspectives about schools and communities in Minnesota.
- Stretching Minds and Resources: 20 Years of Post-Secondary Enrollment Options In Minnesota
Publisher: Center for School Change, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota
Pub Date: 2005
Description: This report evaluates the effectiveness of Minnesota's Post-Secondary Education Enrollment Options program and identifies areas for improvements.
- 20 Years in TRIO: A report on TRIO programs in Minnesota 1984 through 2004
Publisher: Minnesota Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel (MnAEOPP)
Pub Date: 2006
Description: The report highlights activity and outcomes of TRIO programs in Minnesota.
- The 1999 Minnesota High School Follow-up Survey: Post-Secondary Education Choices of the Minnesota High School Class of 1999
Publisher: Minnesota Office of Higher Education, Minnesota Department of Education
Pub Date: 2001
Description: The report concludes that while Minnesota seeks to provide access to postsecondary education for all its citizens, significant gaps in college participation exist between students and families with limited financial means and those with higher incomes.