Supporting First-Generation Students with the Right Communication and Engagement Strategy

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- Add to Calendar 2022-11-17 14:00:00 2022-11-17 15:00:00 Supporting First-Generation Students with the Right Communication and Engagement Strategy Compared with students whose parents have completed college, those that are the first in their families face additional barriers and statistically worse outcomes. They are less familiar with the "hidden language" of college jargon, come from families with lower median incomes, work more hours while in school, and are less likely to use institutional resources like academic support, health services, and academic advising. Can't make it live? RSVP to receive the recording and slides. Registration. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Compared with students whose parents have completed college, those that are the first in their families face additional barriers and statistically worse outcomes. They are less familiar with the "hidden language" of college jargon, come from families with lower median incomes, work more hours while in school, and are less likely to use institutional resources like academic support, health services, and academic advising. Can't make it live? RSVP to receive the recording and slides. Registration.


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