K–12 and Community College Students

Center for Educational Partnerships

The Center for Educational Partnerships (CEP) is the primary unit on campus charged with developing and implementing programs and strategies to improve academic preparation, expand educational opportunities, and ensure access to higher education to the University of California for low-income and educationally-disadvantaged students.

CEP now serves 35,000 students annually in partnership with targeted districts, schools, and community colleges. More than 90% of high school seniors in CEP programs go on to college — and they are often the first in their family to do so. Learn More…


Kindergarten to College

Educators and Families: This is the main portal for information on more than 70 UC Berkeley programs serving students from kindergarten to college. Information on summer programs, teacher professional learning opportunities, enrichment activities, college-going resources, and much more. Counselors and community-based organizations will want to explore the rich resources within…as well. Learn More…


College Tools for Schools

Educators: Did you ever wish there were one place where you could find resources to increase the college-going opportunities for your students?

This one-stop resource provides how-to guides and tool-kits for raising college-going expectations in K–12 and Community Colleges, aimed specifically for educators, but parents and students will find useful information on creating a college-bound culture. Learn More…


Berkeley Outreach and Broader Impact

Berkeley faculty, students and researchers: Are you looking for effective strategies to support your outreach and broader impact in K-12 schools and community colleges?

The Center for Educational Partnership’s Tool Kit for Working with K-12 and Community College offers useful background and suggestions.