White Paper: 3 Strategies for Increasing Student Success Amongst First-Generation Students

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October 6, 2021

Current statistics show that 33% of first-generation students drop out by the 3rd year of college, as opposed to 14% for continuing generation students. However, a lower percentage of first-generation students use academic support services, which begs the question: how can we better serve this population and improve outcomes? Download this white paper to learn how to implement these three tactics to get started today:

  • Give first-generation students a blueprint for success - and do it early
  • Enable advisors to be proactive, rather than depending on students to seek support
  • Use digital channels to foster better student engagement

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Current statistics show that 33% of first-generation students drop out by the 3rd year of college, as opposed to 14% for continuing generation students. However, a lower percentage of first-generation students use academic support services, which begs the question: how can we better serve this population and improve outcomes? Download this white paper to learn how to implement these three tactics to get started today:

  • Give first-generation students a blueprint for success - and do it early
  • Enable advisors to be proactive, rather than depending on students to seek support
  • Use digital channels to foster better student engagement

White Paper: 3 Strategies for Increasing Student Success Amongst First-Generation Students

White Papers
 — 
October 6, 2021

Current statistics show that 33% of first-generation students drop out by the 3rd year of college, as opposed to 14% for continuing generation students. However, a lower percentage of first-generation students use academic support services, which begs the question: how can we better serve this population and improve outcomes? Download this white paper to learn how to implement these three tactics to get started today:

  • Give first-generation students a blueprint for success - and do it early
  • Enable advisors to be proactive, rather than depending on students to seek support
  • Use digital channels to foster better student engagement

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