We are deeply thankful to all the people and organizations recognized on this page. Their ongoing support is key to our continued success towards the goal of free college for all.
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We believe that college ought to be free, both to increase accessibility, and to incentivize higher education. We don't make high-schoolers pay for class, so there's no reason students should have to endure debt just to continue their education.
The San Diego Community College District is pleased to support the Campaign for Free College Tuition.
Like All Education Matters, CFCT believes in free tuition for all, and putting an end to the needless expansion of the indentured educated class.
Stop Tuition Hikes is an organization working toward our goal of making college tuition free.
We've been a supporter of creating low to no cost pathways for students from pre-K - Bachelors. LBC Promise provided thousands of local students their first semester college free. We see value in and support national free CC/College Promise movement.
Small business owners believe in developing new sources of skilled talent and expanding opportunities for youth. More accessible college degrees for our youth will help strengthen the economy, bolster our communities and put more Americans to work.
We will advocate on behalf of policies, programs, and projects that will help ease the burden on our constituency.
Based on the evidence of the personal and societal benefits of higher education, the Wisconsin HOPE Lab agrees that college tuition should be free.
We are dedicated to helping students develop their full potential through supporting their exploration of and applications to college. We strongly support the growing national movement toward providing free public college tuition.
We guarantee all graduates of local high schools can attend South tuition-free for their first year and provide support services. Since we started we have seen the dramatic impact that free college can have on students, families, and our community.
The Campaign for Free College Tuition
Board of Directors
Morley Winograd is a nationally known expert on the Millennial generation. He is co-author (with Mike Hais) of three highly acclaimed books, “Millennial Momentum” (2011), “Millennial Makeover” (2008), and “Millennial Majority” (2013) on the impact the generation will have on America’s future. Morley is also a Senior Fellow at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School’s Center on Communication Leadership and Policy. He served as senior policy advisor to Vice President Al Gore during the second term of the Clinton administration and directed its reinventing government efforts.
Doug Ross has started and managed public charters schools in Michigan. His work currently focuses on learning how to turn around failing urban high schools. Doug has also had a distinguished public service career. During President Clinton’s first term, he was Assistant U.S. Secretary of Labor for Employment and Training; and previously served as Michigan’s Director of Commerce and a member of the Michigan Senate.
Prior to founding his public affairs firm in 1987, Laird served as assistant director of the Community Services Administration during the Carter administration and Chief Policy Assistant for Governor Booth Gardner of Washington. As a consultant, Laird provides public affairs and strategic communication planning services, facilitates efforts to resolve disputes and identify common interests among government and private sector officials, and works with executives and boards of directors on strategic planning. Laird also has extensive campaign management experience and teaches strategic communications at the University of Washington.
Our goal is to make higher education a possibility for every American, without regard to their financial circumstances.
We have a lot to do and not much time to do it, so your support is critical for our campaign to succeed. It’s with your investment that we can fundamentally reform how higher education is financed in this country, opening the doors to a more equitable society.
If you agree with our goal, our plan, and the urgency of the problem, we ask that you give what you can to help us write the next chapter in our nation’s history of continuously expanding access to universal, free education.