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