Members

  • Gene Eakin
  • Mike Johnson
  • Tracy Bair
  • Brett Rowlett
  • Danny Mielke
  • John Amoroso
  • Judy Moll
  • Robin Beavers
  • Tania Sanchez
  • Lori McGlone
  • Darren Van Lehn
  • Karen Domine
  • Honora Buell
  • Grant Gill
  • Neil Winberg
  • Ted Homenick
  • Gerry Livingston
  • Barry Miller
  • Karen Whitson
  • Sharilyn Brown
  • Nikki Johnson
  • Teri Smith
  • Mona K-Hinds
  • Theresa Jahangir
  • Christine Coles
  • Marji Cagley
  • Karen Wiant
  • Helen Faith
  • Gillian Wesenberg
  • Kelli Horvath
  • Kylie McGregor
  • Janet Pretti
  • Rebecca Marcus
  • Jessica Bell
  • mfritch mfritch
  • Holly Stephens
  • Kaunda Sampson
  • Test Tester
  • Test Ehn
  • Oregon State University
  • The Ford Family Foundation
  • Pacific University
  • I Have a Dream Oregon
  • "I Have a Dream" Foundation - Oregon
  • Lane Community College
  • Eastern Promise
  • Chancellor's Office - Oregon University System
  • Portland State University
  • Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science, PSU
  • Tractus Insight
  • Rogue Community College
  • Upward Bound
  • TS/UB
  • Talent Search
  • Douglas County Partners for Student Success
  • Western Oregon University, Upward Bound
  • Education Northwest
  • SWOCC
  • Willamette High School
  • Douglas County Commission on Children and Families
  • Oregon Student Foundation
  • Port Orford School District
  • Southwestern Oregon Community College
  • Oregon Virtual Academy
  • Gold Beach High School - Central Curry School District
  • Central Curry School District #1
  • Strativia Software
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Oregon College Access Network

OUR VISION

All Oregonians-- no matter where they live, and regardless of age, income level, ethnicity or social circumstances-- are prepared for and have access to pursue post-secondary education, as well as the ability to complete that education and make meaningful contributions to society.

OUR MISSION

The Oregon College Access Network (OrCAN) exists to help Oregonians overcome barriers to education and training beyond high school. We do this by being the statewide hub for data and information; connecting people and organizations; sharing knowledge and resources; providing professional development and networking opportunities; and educating key leaders and policymakers about supporting preparation and persistence beyond high school.