Know That You Are Worthy
Adam J. Rodríguez (Hrsg.)
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Thirty-one alumni who were the first in their family to obtain a college degree share their experiences as first-generation students in this noteworthy new text. Their stories illuminate how the struggles of first-generation students are primarily due to a combination of multiple social inequities that are ignored, reinforced, and perpetuated by exclusive college systems. Speaking directly to current and future first-generation students, the authors offer tips and advice for success, along with powerful words of encouragement. Faculty and staff will also benefit from reading this book, as the authors describe a more equitable system in which universities are enriched by the wisdom, experiences, and talents of first-generation students while promoting a generative culture for all learners.
College student retention, TRIO program, College counseling, High school counseling, First Generation College Student, Growth mindset, Student Affairs, Community college retention, Gatekeeper classes courses, College application, College student success, Student retention, Secondary education, College recruitment, College going students, Persistence, Career counseling, Academic success, Grit, Diversity Equity Inclusion DEI, Student financial aid, Academic preparation, Students at risk, Postsecondary education, Resilience