Help us advocate to pass transformative legislation to ensure a debt-free future for all Massachusetts students
Alongside the rest of the country, Massachusetts is engaged in a public conversation to ensure we equitably and adequately finance public higher education to ensure that first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented students have authentic access and necessary support to succeed at and graduate from college.
Policymakers have begun making progress in addressing this problem, but more must be done.
To that end, the Massachusetts Education Equity Partnership (MEEP) has launched #Allin4aDebtFreeFuture, a campaign that center the voices, experiences, and demands of historically underserved students and families in policy conversations about the importance of college affordability. Students know the most about their challenges, and their voices will be essential to tackling them. But they're not in this fight alone: we must all rise to meet the urgency of this moment and take action to advocate for policies that will ensure all Massachusetts residents have access to high-quality, affordable public higher education.
Join us in advocating for policies to help ensure every Massachusetts resident can attend and graduate from a public college or university in the Commonwealth without financial burden.
We encourage students, families, and advocates to join us this
fall and beyond to urge lawmakers to pass policies to ensure every
student has equitable access to affordable public higher education! Our
students cannot afford to wait. Click the buttons below to see resources you
can use to make sure your voice is heard!
- • Information about the legislative process
and the bill
- • Guidance on various ways to advocate
- • Oral and written
testimony samples, call scripts, and outreach templates
- • A social media toolkit to
help you spread the word
Working together, we can make a difference
and ensure Massachusetts is #Allin4aDebtFreeFuture!