Minority students suffer disproportionately more than their counterparts during postsecondary education primarily due to financial strain, and the lack of mentoring to ensure academic success. The importance of having mentors during the first year of college is critical because mentoring can help students be better prepared for campus life, and academic achievement. Obtaining a college education is one of the surest ways into the middle class, but each year thousands of disadvantaged minority students face barriers to college access for many reasons. Not only is the lack of financial aid a problem, but many students do not have the guidance and support they need to prepare for college. The Christopher Stallworth Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to helping such students. Order your copies today!