What does “college affordability” mean to today’s students and families, and what are the policy levers that could make college more affordable to more Floridians? Join experts for a thoughtful conversation on this important topic at the 2016 Florida College Access and Success Summit on May 12 from 8:30 – 9:45 a.m.

Goal 2025 Think Tank: Is College in Florida Affordable?

Sponsored by Wells Fargo


Rachel Fishman, Senior Policy Analyst, Education Policy Program, New America

Nate Johnson, PhD, Owner and Principal Consultant, Postsecondary Analytics, LLC.

Cheryl D. Blanco, PhD, Vice President for Postsecondary Education, Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)

The 2016 Florida College Access and Success Summit, presented by JPMorgan Chase & Co., is your chance to network with colleagues, make connections, learn about new resources, and discuss policies and ideas to boost college access and success for all Floridians. You will also learn about local college access network initiatives and collective impact strategies for your community. Summit sponsors also include Helios Education Foundation, Wells Fargo, University of South Florida, Florida International University, University of Central Florida, Lumina Foundation, Publix, ACT, Boeing, Florida Trend and Florida Trend’s NEXT.

For program and registration information, visit www.fcansummit.org.null Special early registration rate of $165 is available through April 13.

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