The Pell Institute publishes research and analyses that address equal educational opportunity, particularly the outcomes for low-income, first-generation, and disabled students. Additional publications include occasional papers, policy briefs, and an electronic newsletter.

Upward Bound — Compilation of Links Providing Documentation with Regard to the Flawed Mathematica Reports from the National Evaluation of Upward Bound

Indicators of Higher Education Equity in the United States — 45 Year Trend Report

Widening Participation in Higher Education in the United States of America

Setting the Record Straight — Strong Positive Impacts Found from the National Evaluation of Upward Bound

Reflections on Pell — Championing Social Justice through 40 Years of Educational Opportunity

Provisional Admission Practices — Blending Access and Support to Facilitate Student Success

Travelers EDGE — A Model on the Cutting Edge of Corporate College Access and Success Support

Sealing the Gaps — Supporting Low-Income, First-Generation Students at Four-Year Institutions in Texas Post-Transfer

Developing 20/20 Vision on the 2020 Degree Attainment Goal — The Threat of Income-Based Inequality in Education

Promising Practices Supporting Low-Income, First-Generation Students at DeVry University

Bridging the Gaps to Success — Promising Practices for Promoting Transfer Among Low-Income and First-Generation Students

Institutional Policy Brief — Financial Education in TRIO Programs

National Studies Find TRIO Programs Effective at Increasing College Enrollment and Graduation

Addressing Study Error in the National Evaluation of Upward Bound — Do the Conclusions Change?

Assessing the Use and Impact of ECMC Foundation's Realizing the College Dream Curriculum

Graduates of Denver Public Schools — College Access and Success

Moving Beyond Access — College Success for Low-Income, First-Generation Students

Black College Dollars — Scholarships for African-American Students, 2007-2008 Directory

Demography Is Not Destiny — Increasing the Graduation Rates of Low-Income College Students at Large Public Universities

Straight From the Source — What Works for First-Generation College Students

Expanding Access and Opportunity — The Washington State Achievers Scholarship

Indicators of Opportunity in Higher Education, 2005 Status Report

State of College Opportunity in Ohio, 2005

Raising the Graduation Rates of Low-Income College Students

Student Retention and Graduation — Facing the Truth, Living With the Consequences