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Oceana College Access Network will work to:

  • Build a culture within Oceana County focused on post-secondary education awareness, access, and attainment as a means to build and sustain a vibrant local economy and help alleviate poverty.
  • Collaborate to ensure an educated and trained workforce to meet local employer needs by lowering systematic barriers that prevent students from entering colleges and technical programs.
  • Coordinating college access and mentoring services to students, particularly those who come from low-income and/or first-generation college-going families.


Oceana CAN! partners will work to prepare Oceana students to:

  • Have aspirations to be “college & career ready”, academically prepared, and financially equipped to pursue post-secondary education/training after high school
  • Increase the amount of Oceana residents with a degree or high-quality credential to 60% by 2025
  • Enroll in college or post-secondary credentialing program within 6 months of high school graduation; Complete a program within 6 years after graduation.
  • Utilize degree/credential to achieve appropriate employment to increase family assets


What Is "College"?

College is all post-secondary education including certificate programs, trade schools, community colleges and 4 year colleges and universities. Learn More