West Chester University provides a comprehensive Act 101 Program. ADP students who qualify for Act 101 receive additional services such as financial assistance for the summer session, access to specialized cultural activities, additional tutoring, and other services.
Eligibility for Act 101 is determined by income information provided at the time of application for the Academic Development Program.
The Act 101 Advisory Board consists of fifteen community members, five student representatives, and eleven university administrators and program representatives.
The Advisory Board meets three times during the academic year: October, February, and April. The Board discusses Act 101 statewide interests, scholarship opportunities, networking, and fundraising.