First-Generation College Students
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An introduction to the definition of first-generation college students (FGCS) and the differences in regards to access in comparison to their non first-generation college students peers.
An overview of resources provided to FGCS and information to post-secondary's dedication to creating more diverse learning spaces on campuses across the United States.
Obstacles experienced by FGCS in comparison to their non-FGCS peers.
The negative effects of being a FGCS due in large part to lack of resources and programs dedicated to this particular student population.
An overview of attrition and retention rates across United States post-secondary campuses and how it has limited advancement for diverse student bodies.
Recommendations for creating FGCS programs in order to foster more well-rounded educational experiences for students while providing degree opportunities for diverse learners.
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