Preparing to get into college is important. But how to stay and graduate on time is just as important.
Some resources for students, parents and teachers are here:
90% of low-income, first-gen students
don’t graduate on time.
But colleges can change that.
(EAB Daily Briefing, March 16, 2016)
Best Practices for Supporting Upward Economic and Social
Mobility for First-Generation College Students
(The American Psychological Association, 2016)
Closing the Gap: Strategies for Increasing
Higher Education Attainment in Nevada
(Kenny Guinn Center for Policy
Priorities, June 2017)
Encouraging First Generation College Student Success
(National Academic Advising
Association, June 2012)