Empowering low-income college students

The young people receive support with their first contact with the college in order to overcome any difficulties preventing them from graduating

The young people receive support with their first contact with the college in order to overcome any difficulties preventing them from graduating The young people receive support with their first contact with the college in order to overcome any difficulties preventing them from graduating

Bottom Line, in conjunction with Fundación MAPFRE, has rolled out its Bottom Line Worcester Program and Operations project which seeks to support newly arrived college students from low-income backgrounds and to help them complete their degrees.

Bottom Line advisors travel to each of the college campuses to meet with the students in person as often as is necessary during their degree course. This is how they ensure that the students are getting the help they need to overcome any obstacles they might be facing.

The project has achieved a 78% graduation rate in the last 6 years. In addition, the students are empowered and develop self-confidence.

Bottom Line serves students from low-income backgrounds who have just gone to college in order to help them adapt to the college environment and to finish their degrees. We have an unwavering commitment to creating solid connections with our students, offering them individual support and ensuring that they have the guidance they need to carry on studying and to gain their college degree.