First generation college students face unique challenges

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First-generation students, or those whose parent or guardian did not graduate from a post-secondary school, have unique challenges when adjusting to college life.

About one-third of college students are first-generation students, according to the U.S. Department of Education. Without the guidance of someone who has already navigated a college degree, these students may feel isolated and fear failure.


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