Posts tagged: First Generation Students - Diverse


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Institutions Participate in National First-Generation College Celebrations

by | November 10, 2020 Within the higher education sector, Nov. 8 marked the annual celebration for first-generation s Read more

Can We Judge Colleges by Their Success at Encouraging Grit?

by Ronald S. Rochon | September 22, 2020
One of my former students recently filled me with hope for the next generation. Clifton Jett Jr [...] Read more

Report Finds Disparities Among Students Earning Paid Internships

by | September 9, 2020
New research by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) found disparities amo [...] Read more

We Must Not Leave Nontraditional Students Behind as COVID-19 Forces Colleges Online

by Raghu Krishnaiah | September 8, 2020
In just a matter of weeks, millions of students will be attending college online and yet few tr [...] Read more

How “Different” Will Post-COVID Higher Education Be, Especially for “At-Risk” Students?

by | July 1, 2020
How are institutions preparing to deal with access to technology issues? While I can imagine ma [...] Read more

University of Michigan’s Kessler Scholars Program for First-Generation Students Expands to Other Institutions

by | May 27, 2020
The Kessler Presidential Scholars Program, which was established at the College of Literature, [...] Read more

Reflections on “Failing” at the Academic Market

by | May 26, 2020
I knew that securing a tenure-track position was going to be unlikely. I already made up my min [...] Read more

Universities Struggle to Respond to the Diverse Needs of Low-Income Students Amidst Coronavirus Shutdowns

by | March 26, 2020
As the coronavirus shuts down campuses, low-income students face a lot of uncertainty and a sle [...] Read more

Wake Forest Supporting First-Generation Students Via Magnolia Scholars Program

by | January 15, 2020
With the rise in tuition costs, Wake Forest University looked to develop an opportunity for all [...] Read more

Study Finds Imposter Syndrome Higher Among First Generation Students

by | January 13, 2020
Imposter syndrome describes the unfounded belief that one is unworthy of his or her accomplishm [...] Read more

University of New Haven Partners With New Haven Promise to Offer More Scholarships

by | January 7, 2020
The University of New Haven recently partnered with New Haven Promise to provide students an ex [...] Read more

San José City College Names Dr. Rowena M. Tomaneng its Next President

by | November 26, 2019
San José City College (SJCC) has appointed Dr. Rowena M. Tomaneng  as its next president. Tom [...] Read more

Albion College Receives Largest Donation in School History

by | October 29, 2019
Albion College received $8 million from former CEO of Eaton Corporation Alexander “Sandy” C [...] Read more

ACT and Univision Team Up to Expand Hispanic Access to Higher Education

by | September 13, 2019
While Hispanic students make up nearly a fifth of the U.S. student population, they meet ACT Co [...] Read more

Two Nonprofits That Help Low-Income Students Are Merging

by | August 16, 2019
College Access Now, a Seattle-based, regionally focused nonprofit, will become a part of Colleg [...] Read more
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