"Attending College Unbound has given me the opportunity to pursue and complete my degree while advancing my personal vision of community health through project-based learning. My goal is to develop and empower young ambassadors for health in our inner cities that will create ripples of change in their communities and the state."
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"I feel so fortunate to have had the opportunity to earn my Bachelor’s degree from College Unbound. This degree will now push me further to achieving my dream of one day becoming a lawyer."
"I am a New York City native and Human Resources enthusiast, who loves the arts. I love to utilize my love of children, shared experiences, and organizational management to spread joy and enhance work experiences."
"I chose the program at CU because I have a passion for learning with like-minded students. After graduation I want to attain my Master’s & grow as a Housing Advocate. I love the community I live in & want to help move it forward!"
"My college journey began in 2004. I wanted my Bachelor's & a college right for me, one that would fit my schedule being a mom with 3 daughters while working & maintaining a personal life. Now, I am graduating, a moment I have always wanted!"
“One Last Battle”: Coming Together through Online Learning, Holistic Support, and Fighting a Pandemic
Though the pandemic has drastically changed students’ lives, College Unbound has always been attentive to the effects of daily life on student experiences, so “it wasn’t an abrupt transition,” said Adam Bush, cofounder, provost, and vice president for academic affairs at College Unbound. “Students already were juggling everything. We’re just a school that responds to that.”
This summer, College Unbound will offer a free summer class to adult learners.
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What happens when over a hundred student projects engage with the city?
- 30% of CU graduates were admitted to graduate school.
- 82% of CU graduates continued their projects after graduation.
- 75% of students who started in 2016 have completed their BA in less than 4 years.