Postsecondary Access, Support & Success
Our mission is to foster the development and implementation of collaborative partnerships among and between colleges, schools, community-based organizations, parents, students, business, industry and government to ensure that all students in New York State, especially those in programs administered by the New York State Education Department, have every opportunity to be successful learners in an environment that honors the uniqueness of each individual.
Through these programs, New York State provides programming and supportive services to at-risk youth in more than 500 elementary, middle and secondary schools and the Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) throughout New York State.
Collaborative relationships are developed with more than 80 institutions of Higher Education; 300 Community-Based Organizations; and hundreds of businesses and industries.
Links of Interest
- Marge Tierney Memorial Scholarship (This scholarship is administered by the Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities. Please visit the link to obtain details about the scholarship and contact information.)
- Additional information concerning other student financial aid programs can be obtained from high school counselors, college financial aid officers, and/or the: New York State Higher Education Services Corporation, Division of Grants and Scholarships/Scholarship Unit, 99 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12255
- NYSED Student Financial Aid and Tuition Assistance Program site