Open Campus and Juntos provide local access to education through community-based partnerships and unique programming, meeting needs of the Oregon communities
Building a path to college requires planning and support, which is why Open Campus and Juntos are here to guide students throughout their education journey. College Access programs include Future Pathways, College Talk Tuesdays, Open Campus Hangouts, and College Access Summer Bridge. Programs offer resources, mentoring, and advising to guide students throughout their college journey from high school through college graduation.
Juntos (meaning “together” in Spanish) is designed to empower high school students and their parents to gain the knowledge, skills, and resources needed for academic success while working together to make college a family goal. Uniting with community partners, Juntos provides culturally relevant programming for 6-12th grade students and their parents.
College and Career Access
Degree Completion Support
Community Development and Engagement
By conducting locally-based needs assessments, cultivating partnerships, and housing 20 Open Campus coordinators statewide, we’re able to support learners of all ages and develop community-specific, equitable programming and access.
Juntos cohorts in 100 schools, 23 counties, and 40 communities
Juntos student & family participants
Juntos High School Graduation and post-secondary education access rate
STEM programming youth participants
College & 350 OSU students served to date
Adult learners supported with continuing education
Community college, university, K-12 & business partnerships
Statewide volunteers & facilitators