About the Initiative
King Elementary Principal Peter LeBlanc stands with ISU preservice teachers after receiving an ISU 4U poster for the school. From left to right: Suzanne Mooney, Andy Sullivan, Principal Peter BeBlanc, Katelyn Holcomb, Brittany McCauley, and Libby Gazda. Click photo above to enlarge.
Announced by Iowa State University President Steven Leath in his inaugural address, the ISU 4U Promise is an initiative focused on enhancing college access and affordability for youth and families who have historically been excluded from higher education. It is unique among early-commitment or “promise” programs. The distinguishing features include:
In the ISU 4U Promise partnership, the specific aims for Iowa State University are to:
The specific aims for youth and families are to:
The transformative goals (institutional, economic, and social) of the ISU 4U Promise initiative will be achieved through careful alignment of all activities and outcomes.
“The ISU 4U Promise provides a pathway for your child to be able to explore their interests, discover their passions, and earn a college degree in a supportive, welcoming environment unlike any other.”
— Dr. Steven Leath, President Iowa State University
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