Support 'College For All'

With more than $1.4 trillion in student debt holding back Americans of all ages and backgrounds, the time has come for a change. Instead of cutting Pell Grants, unleashing debt collectors, dismantling public education, and forcing faculty to rely on public assistance, it’s time for a plan that offers students, faculty, borrowers, and families the support they need.

We’re ready for the College For All Act to give students—past, present, and future—an equitable path to a college degree, a debt-free future, and return higher education to the public.



This petition has a goal of 100000 signatures
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80777 6 days ago Curtis Fukuchi Fort Worth , TX
80776 6 days ago j Lemley Ithaca, NY Education is critical to the future of America.
80775 6 days ago Letitia Dace Manhattan , KS
80774 6 days ago Peter Carr TX
80773 6 days ago Kenneth Stahl Claremont , CA
80772 6 days ago Kathleen Kaiser Waipahu, HI I have a PLUS loan for over 100K, why because the cost of living has never been a factor in receiving aid for college.
80771 6 days ago Marybeth Webster Grants Pass,, OR I credit my advanced degrees with being 88 and still growing and learning and loving life.
80770 6 days ago Monte Strand Poulsbo, WA
80769 6 days ago Cheryl Keeney Magnet, IN Everyone should have the chance to go to college.
80768 6 days ago Hayley Keeney Magnet, IN
80767 6 days ago Andrew Van Der Plaats North Fort Myers, FL
80766 6 days ago Gay Randall Balsam lake , WI
80765 6 days ago Robert Oberdorf Plantation, FL
80764 6 days ago Mary Zack Worthington , OH
80763 6 days ago Kay Musser Ann Arbor , MI
80762 6 days ago Suzanne Einhorn Houston, TX
80761 6 days ago Dave King Portland, OR housing costs, books and tuition are all costing more.
80760 6 days ago Teri Brantley Dublin, CA
80759 6 days ago Meya Law Forestville, MD
80758 6 days ago Rodney Hinson Simpsonville , SC
80757 6 days ago Monique Rubin Sebastopol, CA Education is a human right, and should be treated as such in the richest country on earth. All the studies show a high school education is not sufficient to earn a most basic living.
80756 6 days ago Jo Beth Dempsey East Grand Forks, MN
80755 6 days ago Neill Armstrong Nacogdoches , TX
80754 6 days ago Martha W D Bushnell Louisville, CO
80753 6 days ago Helen Bailey McKinney, TX
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