Kaplan Scholars demonstrate that underrepresented students from low-income backgrounds can complete associate’s degrees, transfer and earn bachelor’s degrees from our nation’s top four-year colleges within three or four years.
- 97% of Kaplan Scholars who transfer complete an associate’s degree.
- 92% of accepted Kaplan Scholars transfer to a senior college.
- 94% of all Kaplan Scholars earn a bachelor’s degree.
- 89% of Kaplan Scholars that transfer to a senior college earns a bachelor's degree.
- 95% of our Alumni are employed full-time in their fields of study or in graduate school.
- 30% of alumni are in or have completed graduate school.
A number of selective senior colleges actively recruit and provide substantial financial aid
to KLP Scholars (see notations in the “Attended” section below).
Scholars have participated in reputable scholarly research programs, and landed and completed
coveted internships with nonprofits and corporations in the U.S. and abroad.
Alumni are employed in various fields including education, non-profit, scientific research, and
Fortune 500 companies including Colgate Palmolive and JP Morgan Chase.
- 2 Scholars have earned scholarships from the National Science Foundation.
- Total grants, scholarships, and institutional aid offered to the 13 Scholars in Cohort 14: $2,311,759