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Randy’s provocative works of metal, wood, and paint have earned considerable recognition.
“America can’t afford to lose any qualified aspirants to a liberal arts education because they think places like Amherst are unaffordable. We’re grateful that this initiative has helped Amherst find these stars at community colleges. We hope that other selective private colleges will see, through Amherst’s example, how much this untapped population of students contributes to academic and community life at campuses like ours.”
– Anthony Marx, President of Amherst College
As a member of the CCTI, Amherst has developed a set of new mentoring programs, outreach activities, and services designed to attract top low-income community-college students and support them from their first day on campus throughout their transition to graduate school and post-graduate careers.
Elements of Amherst's CCTI program include: