The Georgia College Advising Corps works in underserved high schools throughout Georgia to increase the number of low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented students who attend and complete higher education. We help students find their way to college by placing well-trained, recent college graduates in high schools to work one-on-one with students as they navigate the complex college admissions process, including researching college options, completing applications, and applying for financial aid.
GCAC advisers transform lives and communities by leading students to college.
Students who met with a GCAC college adviser during the 2016-2017 school year were more likely to apply to college, submit applications for federal student aid, and be accepted to college.
Impact the lives of Georgia's Students:
Contact our Team:
Libby V. Morris, Executive Director
Yarbrah Peeples, Program Director
Jessica Robinson, Program Coordinator
Charles Sanchez, Graduate Assistant
We are grateful for the generous contributions of our supporters. In 2017, their donations allowed us to place 20 college advisers in 15 high schools throughout Georgia.