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"First-generation students now make up a third of students nationwide, yet only 27 percent will earn a bachelor's degree within four years," says the Senior Director of the Center for First-generation Student Success.
Campus leaders tend to view work-study programs as just a component of student financial aid packages. But campus jobs can also serve as career development opportunities.
For underrepresented students, social media is not just entertainment—it can be a connection to help get them to college. Learn the results of our latest research on student communication preferences and ways you can ensure your institutions' social media messages are serving these students.
Between 80% and 90% of students at Paul Quinn College are Pell-eligible. Here's how the college supports them.
The Honors Living-Learning Community of Rutgers University-Newark isn’t your typical honors college.
Students with a low GPA at this university had a graduation rate below 10%. Here's how student success leaders implemented a summer program to not only improve students' academic standing, but also reframe their academic stumble as a learning opportunity.
Two-thirds of their students are first-gen—and 40% of their staff are, too.