Advantage Community Foundation

The Advantage Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit

The Advantage Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to providing supplemental academic services to at-risk, economically disadvantaged, and first-generation college students. We also work as educational advocates providing free and reduced-cost tutoring and community education programs. If you would be interested in volunteering your time and talents to help further the goal of educating the community, please contact us or drop by any Academic Advantage office.

If you or your organization would like to host a community program, please call our corporate office at 1-844-7-TUTORS, and we will be glad to assist you in setting up an event.

We Believe

Education unlocks

We believe that education is so much more than report cards and college applications. Education opens doors that nothing else can, and we believe every student desearves the chance to perform at their highest ability.

“Education is the key to unlock the golden door to freedom.”  – George Washington Carver

Free ACT exams
Book donations
Events for parents
Community partnership

Thank you to our partners

We are honored to have partnered with amazing organizations throughout Arkansas.

Building community

Making education easier for busy parents

Do you ever get tired of feeling like every night is a battle to get homework done? Have you tried to help your student get registered for college, but find the mountains of paperwork intimidating? Are you looking to learn about reading and math activities that you can do with your kids at home to make sure they are school-ready? We have FREE parent education workshops that cover all this and more.

Free ACT resources

Our free community ACT Mock Exams and practice bootcamps are designed to help any student prepare for the exam and maximize their opportunities. We are proud to partner with organizations and public libraries throughout Arkansas to offer these services.

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