The Infinite Scholars Program is a 501(c)3 tax exempt nonprofit organization founded in 2003 by Thomas "T" Ousley, who taught high school English and History for 29 years with the Jennings (MO) School District. While teaching, Mr. Ousley worked on many mentoring and educational initiatives to assist low income students to attend college. He found that too few of his students who deserve to go to college actually enrolled because they believed they could not afford to go. As a result, Mr. Ousley began the Infinite Scholars Program to insure that financially disadvantaged students deserving to go to college could receive the funding they needed. Today, nearly 80% of participants in the Infinite Scholars Program enroll in college. ISP is one of the top higher education inclusion, diversity, and equity providers in the nation. It's also Globally recognized for outstanding and invaluable college access success services provided to at risk youth that reside in impoverished communities.
The Overall Mission Of ISP Is To Provide Students With The Opportunity To Participate In Innovative College & Career Readiness Programs Which Highlight The Importance Of Equality, Diversity, And Inclusion