Media and Press Releases
Media and Press Releases
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Press Release for December 5, 2018

Student Caffé Reaches 374 Thousand via Google in November
Student Caffé is a free online resource for high school and college students

METAIRIE, LA -- Student Caffé, an online resource for current and prospective high school and college students, provides accurate information about college admissions without... [Read Full Press Release]

PRESS RELEASE FOR SEPTEMBER 14, 2018

Student Caffé Expands Audience by Providing Resources for Underrepresented Students
Student Caffé is a free online resource for students pursuing higher education

 NEW ORLEANS, LA -- Low-income, first-generation, LGBT+, and minority students are often underrepresented on college campuses, but these population segments have been increasing. These... [Read Full Press Release]

Press Release for April 20, 2018

Father of Two Creates a Website to Help All Students Navigate Postsecondary Education
Student Caffé is a free online resource for high school and college students

METAIRIE, LA -- Student Caffé, an online resource for current and prospective high school and college students, provides accurate information about college admissions without... [Read Full Press Release]

webaward 2016 Standard of Excellence

Student Caffé received the Education Standard of Excellence award!

September 12, 2016

Student Caffé is a proud winner of the 2016 Education Standard of Excellence Award from WebAward.org!

Click here to view our winning entry page.

Student Caffé  was featured on Good Morning, Washington!

August 9, 2016

Two of our team members, Katelyn Brush (Social Media Director) and Megan Clendenon (Lead Writer), were given the opportunity to talk about Student Caffé with "Good Morning, Washington" and provide them with a virtual tour. Here's what WJLA's GMW team had to say about the show segment:

Student Caffé is a start up, which just launched in March, that focuses on assisting every student, regardless of age, gender, sexuality, race, income, etc., to find their path to higher education. The best part? It’s a free, inclusive resource! Student Caffé's Social Media Director Katelyn Brush and Lead Writer Megan Clendenon gave us a virtual tour of the site that's connecting students to resources worldwide."

The video provided can also be found directly on WJLA's Good Morning Washington segment featuring Student Caffé.