Oregon Student Access Commission. Josette Green, Executive Director Vic Nunenkamp, Director Don Charlton, Director February 1, 2012. Oregon Student Access Commission (formerly Oregon Student Assistance Commission). Mission
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Josette Green, Executive Director
Vic Nunenkamp, Director
Don Charlton, Director
February 1, 2012
To create a college-going culture for all Oregonians by providing access through information, mentoring, and financial support.
An organization of innovation and excellence in a leading college-going state.
Post- secondaryEducation or Training
Director of Administrative Services
Director of Scholarships and Access
Fed &State Programs
Roll out began Nov. 1, 2011 and will be completed by Sept. 1, 2012.
ASPIRE(Access to Student assistance Programs In Reach of Everyone) is Oregon’s mentoring program for middle school and high school students that began in 1998.
Today ASPIRE serves students in 137 sites.
Every student receives one-on-one mentoring and leaves high school with a purpose and a “plan of choice” to begin executing now for long-term success.
Every student receives one-on-one mentoring in middle school and high school
and leaves high school with a purpose and a “plan of choice” to begin executing now
for long-term success!
Oregon Opportunity Grant
HB 3471- Priority OOG for Foster Youth
Programs and Information
Every student has adequate finances so that college is affordable, debt is minimized and the student graduates as a positive contributor to a strong Oregon economy.
Creates College Going Culture with a 90 year old scholarship.