Promoting Inclusion and Identity Safety to Support College Success

Discusses inclusion and identity safety in college students. The report finds that a college education is a powerful tool for economic and social mobility—but the experience of college can be difficult and confusing to navigate for low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented racial/ethnic minority students who sometimes experience “identity threat.” It presents promising practices and solutions that colleges and universities can implement. 

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