Impact: Access

We are increasing access to college by extending possibilities for all students to benefit from the best the USM institutions have to offer and achieve their postsecondary educational goals.

Over the last 10 years, the number of community college transfers to USM institutions has increased by 58%.

Testing a variety of e-learning delivery methods that provide anywhere, anytime learning opportunities that give students the flexibility to interact with content, faculty, and learning communities whenever and wherever they are able to do so.

Exploring alternate pathways to a postsecondary credential such as prior learning assessments and competency-based curricular models.

Investigating the role analytics can play in helping us follow students’ P-20 educational pathways and address obstacles to success.

Exploring the possibility of making of online, entry-level college courses available to high school students’ for pre-college enrichment.