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After sending your college application: You
A Future so Bright
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Monica Sandoval is 24 years old and has just earned her graduate degree in early childhood development from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, Calif. Two years ago, she received her
How much will college cost you (and your family)?
It is not a simple price check. Read on to learn what factors affect the cost of your education and how you can strategically find a good fit for you and
A Field Guide for First-Generation College Students
First-generation status may actually give an edge in the college admissions process.
More than thirty percent of freshmen entering college in the United States are first-generation college students
More than twenty-five percent
Who’s in First (Generation)?
November 10, 2015
Research finds varying definitions of “first generation” result in big differences in how these students are counted — but however they are defined, they lag behind their peers.
This article “explores whether