Ravens Announce Plan to Launch Baltimore Ravens College Track Center

With significant support from the Ravens, a new academic center is being created to help Baltimore City Public School students advance through high school, college and into the workforce.

The launch of the Baltimore Ravens College Track Center, targeted to open in the fall of 2025, was announced on Thursday by the Ravens, the Stephen and Renee Bisciotti Foundation, M&T Bank and College Track. The Bisciotti Foundation and the Ravens will donate $10 million, and the M&T Charitable Foundation will also contribute $10 million to the project.

College Track is a national, comprehensive college completion program that makes a 10-year commitment to students from underserved communities who seek to become the first in their families to earn a bachelor’s degree. The financial support from the Ravens, the Bisciotti Foundation, and M&T Bank, along with a significant investment from College Track, will help create a physical site for students and staff where the program will operate. The exact location of the center has to be yet to be determined.

This initiative is part of the Ravens College Access Program, which will be supported by $50 million in donations over the next decade benefitting three organizations dedicated to providing access to higher education — College BoundBridges Baltimore and College Track. The Bisciotti Foundation and the Ravens will contribute $30 million to the three college completion programs ($10 million to each of the three programs). M&T Bank will donate $10 million in addition to College Track’s $10 million investment.