College Thriver Education Launches App that Simplifies College Admissions Process for Black Students
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ORLANDO, Fla. - Floridant -- The College Thriver app is poised to disrupt the status quo for higher education among students of color.

ORLANDO, FL (December 3, 2021) –Students of color aspiring for the college of their dreams, now have a new resource to amplify their success following the launch of a new app by Education non-profit, College Thriver Education.

The college admissions process can be very daunting, especially for students do not have access to mentorship and advice.  Moreover, a research conducted by UNCF (https://uncf.org/pages/k-12-disparity-facts-and...) found that only 57% of black students have full access to college ready courses.  Sadly, those who are fortunate to secure a place often dropout before completing their course of study.  In fact,  a report published by Education Data (https://educationdata.org/college-dropout-rates), statistics revealed that students of color had the highest dropout rate at 54%.  The report also revealed that one-third of those students dropped out before their sophomore year, with financial pressure cited as the top reason.

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College Thriver Education's new app is designed to help bridge the gap and increase college readiness retention among students of color.  The app simplifies the college admissions process from start to finish by connecting grades 6-12 students to data driven feedback to help them adequately prepare and meet college admission standards.  Students can use the app to find community based solutions for the resources needed such as housing, funding, testing, tutoring counselling, mentoring and transportation.

But it's not just about preparation and retention, College Thriver Education's new app also caters to life after graduation. According to a report conducted by CNBC (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/11/04/66percent-of-black-borrowers-say-they-regret-taking-out-student-loans.html), student debt greatly affects black borrowers. The report also found that that 66% of Black borrowers regret having applied for a student loan. To reduce college debt burden among black students, the College Thriver Education app also offers a debit card rebate program that rewards students with financial savings throughout their college journey. Ultimately, this will help eliminate college debt and reduce long term stress for students after graduation.

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The College Thriver app is available for free download in the Apple and Google app stores. For further information, visit: https://www.college-thriver.org.

Media contact: Shawntia Lee

Email: collegethriver@gmail.com

Telephone: 407-530-3800

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