10,000 Degrees Community College Success Program

Thank you for your interest in our program! This application shouldn't take you longer than 10 minutes to complete. The information you provide will help us in supporting you on your college journey.

Before you begin, please make sure to review our organization overview and mission. It is important to who we are and our commitment to assist you TO AND THROUGH college.

Once enrolled in this program, we ask that you stay in close contact with your 10,000 Degrees Fellow at your high school site and attend workshops and school field trips that will help us assist you through the college application process.

Please make sure to check in with your Fellow to exchange contact information and discuss next steps after filling out this application.

10,000 Degrees Overview:

10,000 Degrees is a leading college success nonprofit in California committed to helping students from low-income backgrounds get to and through college.

Our services do not have a GPA requirement and are free of charge to the students and families we serve.

We have an unwavering belief in all students’ potential to succeed no matter their GPA, race, gender, sexual orientation, documentation status or socioeconomic status.

Thank you and we are excited to welcome you to the 10,000 Degrees team!


Community College Program
Please note that this program is intended to support students who are eligible or planning to attend a community college. Talk to the 10,000 Degrees advisor about your future plans to determine if our program is a good fit for you!
Community College Program
Please note 10,000 Degrees staff is on-site only at the community colleges named above.
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