By the Numbers

The Scholarship

1097

Scholars in College full-time

$7.92M

Pledged in Scholarships

Scholarships Awarded by Year

Scholar Demographics

  • Latinx/a/o
  • Black or African American
  • Asian
  • White
  • Two or More Ethnicities
  • Other or Prefer Not to Say
Low-Income
72%
First-Generation College Students
71%

College Awareness

85%
of our middle school students said that working with the Near-Peer Ambassadors helped them to learn how to set goals and take steps towards them

53

Richmond Promise Scholars hired as Near-Peer Ambassadors since 2016

College Access & Affordability

Through in-class financial aid support in the 2018-19 academic school year…

At De Anza High School

0
12th Graders Served
70%
FAFSA/Dream Act Completion

At Kennedy High School

0
12th Graders Served
91%
FAFSA/Dream Act Completion

Richmond Promise Scholarship Access & Completion

0
Scholarship Applications Completed in 2019
0
Scholarships Awarded to the Class of 2019
0 %
Increase in Completed Scholarship Applications from 2018

High School to College Transition

90%
of the Class of 2019 Prepared for their First Year of College with us
0
First Year Prep Chats between Incoming First Year & Current Students

College & Career Success

83%
of the Class of 2019 enrolled full time their first fall term
73%
of all Richmond Promise Scholars are persisting in college compared to 67% of first-generation students nationally

College Success Partners:

  • Contra Costa College
  • Berkeley City College
  • Beyond 12
0
Students have a College Coach at Contra Costa College
0
Students have a Beyond 12 College Coach

Career Access & Preparation

0 Scholars matched with a Career Mentor
0 Scholars have interned with Richmond Promise as Summer Associates