Most undergraduate programs in the U.S. provide fee waivers so that low-income students have the opportunity to apply. Unfortunately, many universities--including many public universities--do not provide fee waivers for graduate programs. This is true both for programs in Business and Law as well as for public service oriented disciplines like education and social work. The rationale here seems to be that graduate education is not necessary. But the U.S. needs more socioeconomic diversity in its leadership, and even though an application fee may seem small, it is yet another barrier to entry preventing low-income people from accessing graduate education and all that comes with it--including leadership positions. Donations will be used to reimburse application fees to graduate programs in education and related fields. For more information, visit www.accessgrad.org.