College Academy for Parents
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College Academy for Parents (CAP) is a FREE college preparation program defined by the belief that informed parents can be the best advocates for their child's success in entering college. The earlier a student and their family begin to prepare and understand the college preparation process, the more likely they will be to successfully enter a four-year university.
The College Academy for Parents is a comprehensive 12 week program that works with elementary school parents as they develop a college plan for their children. Program components include.
- Workshops that engage parents with college knowledge and UA faculty members.
- College camp provides activities for students K-6th grade coupled with messages encouraging college aspirations.
- Campus visits focused on Math, Science, Language, Arts, & Culture.
- A university hosted graduation ceremony for parent participants.
If your family is interested in CAP and have additional questions about the program please contact Elsa Loya.
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The College Academy for Parents is supported for at least 2 years by the UA Student Services Fee.
College Knowledge for Counselors is supported by a gift from the Morgan Family Foundation. College Knowledge for Counselors is also supported for at least 2 years by the UA Student Services Fee.