Welcome to Fostering Success
Important Updates (revised 8/18/2020)
According to the July 7/24/2020 Provost Message, Staged Launch for In-Person Instruction for Fall 2020, "Student support beyond the classroom (advising, student aid counseling, career development, tutoring, supplemental instruction, cultural centers, etc.) will continue in a remote format until further notice." We are online and ready to meet with you!
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Fostering Success is a community on campus to support UA students that have experienced the foster care system or are unaccompanied homeless and housing insecure youth. Our support structure of peer-to-peer mentorship with professional support staff available for consultation and referrals, and our commitment to evolving based on the needs of our participants provides a unique space for UA students to overcome their individual barriers and gain the confidence to know they will be successful adults.
Traditionally, the UA culture is one that challenges what's accepted to get better answers. We take pride in challenging the obstacles our Fostering Success students face and gladly work toward a better future for each one. We truly are one big family and our greatest moments are when our students develop the confidence to become a voice of advocacy for themselves and others and when those voices are heard. When the going gets tough, the tough Bear Down!
|WHO WE HELP||WHAT WE HELP WITH|
|Youth in/were in Foster Care at any time||UA applications & admissions process|
|Homeless and housing insecure students||All things FAFSA, ETV, and Financial Aid|
|YOTO (Youth on Their Own) Students||Connections to campus & community resources|
|High School students & GED earners||Finding a community of love, friendship, and support|
|UA Faculty & Staff who want to help||Professional networking|
|Foster Care teams & Case Managers||Developing self-advocacy skills|
|Mentors & supportive adults||Navigating university processes|
|High School Counselors||Learning how to get the most fun out of campus!!|
Getting a college degree is life changing... The average lifetime earning of a Bachelor's degree holder is 84% more than that earned by high school graduates.
- The College Payoff
Average Lifetime Earnings by Education Level
For Fostering Success students, this impact is felt by our entire community. To learn more, please contact our Fostering Success team. To show your support click on the red DONATE button at the top right of this window.
The University of Arizona sits on the original homelands of indigenous peoples who have stewarded this land since time immemorial. Aligning with the university’s core value of a diverse and inclusive community, it is an institutional responsibility to recognize and acknowledge the people, culture and history that make up the Wildcat community. At the institutional level, it is important to be proactive in broadening awareness throughout campus to ensure our students feel represented and valued.