The College Advising Corps (CAC) at Duke University works to increase the number of low-income, First Generation College and underrepresented high school students in rural North Carolina who enter and complete higher education. Duke currently has seven college advisers in central North Carolina high schools. The program is sponsored by the John M. Belk Foundation and is a joint initiative with the Assistant Vice Provost of Civic Engagement.
The 2015 CAC cohort will be filled through a rolling admissions process that ends Friday, April 3. Visit the CAC page to learn more about the corps and the online application.