There was a significant numerical gain in the number of students who could recall the names of colleges and mascots of colleges (particularly those used in the YOKC program). Students recalled what a college degree was and what skills they need to be successful in school.
There was an increase in the number of students who talked to their parents about college. An overwhelming 95 percent of students in the post-survey said they would go to college.
There were statistically significant pre-and post-differences in students who said they would go to college, in students who thought they were smart and in students who felt they worked hard in school.