Join the APIASF Jump Start College Tour

Learn more about the APIASF Jump Start College Tour.
Our next stops are Coastline Community College and University of Massachusetts Boston.

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The 2014 PEER Report
2014 PEER Report

The 2014 PEER report, Measuring the Impact of MSI-Funded Programs on Student Success: Findings from the Evaluation on Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions (AANAPISIs), evaluates the effectiveness of minority-serving institution (MSI) grant-funded student programs at AANAPISIs, one of the newest MSI designations. This report is the second in a series of three publications on the findings from CARE's research on AANAPISIs.

APIASF & AAAS Invisible Newcomers Report
Invisible Newcomers
Refugees From Burma/Myanmar And Bhutan In The United States

Invisible Newcomers: Refugees from Burma/Myanmar and Bhutan in the United States, written by researchers at the Association for Asian American Studies (AAAS), exposes the demographic characteristics, challenges and policy implications of the two largest refugee arrivals to the U.S., who are largely invisible in the current national discourse on Asian American socioeconomic outcomes.

2013 APIASF Scholar Perspectives Report
2013 APIASF Scholar Perspectives Report Cover

The 2013 APIASF Scholar Perspectives Report is the first of its kind to use disaggregated data to delve into the issues surrounding student access and success in the high-performing, low-income AAPI population. Created by APIASF staff, the data in this report serves as the foundation for our evidence-based scholar programs and services.

From Community College to News Anchor

Nearly 50 percent of the AAPI community enrolled in higher education attends community college. This video from Richard Lui explains why supporting these students matters.

For more data on AAPI students, click here.

A Day in the Life of an APIASF Scholar

Did you know that nearly half of all Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders enrolled in higher education are attending community colleges?

Here are some of their stories.

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Guidestar Charity Navigator

APIASF is proud to be recognized an evidenced-based organization committed to transparency and efficacy by numerous charity evaluation platforms.
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"I've always believed that you can do whatever you put your mind to. Whether it's a job you want, a hobby you want to master, or a dream you want to see come true."
— Anthony Goodman, APIASF Scholar

To read more about APIASF's 2014 scholarship recipients, please click here.