The Texas College Access Network (TxCAN), an initiative of Educate Texas, is part of the National College Access Network (NCAN) and operates as a sustainable network of agencies and organizations working collaboratively to increase student access and success in postsecondary education. Through TxCAN, organizations (such as the institutions of higher education, school districts, school counselors, non-profit and for-profit college access service providers, and state agencies) will have greater opportunities to work together in furthering a common mission of greater student postsecondary access and success.

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  • Financial Literacy Blog Series

    What’s a FAFSA? How do students access financial aid? How much debt is TOO much debt? The Financial Literacy Series covers these topics and more, with blogs from financial experts and organizations across the state.

  • College Bound Blog Series

    First, we shared our top 10 tips on preparing students for college. Now, we guide you through the college going process with our new series, College Bound. See advice from educational leaders on how to develop a strong application and support students who are new to the process.

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