First in the Family: Your College Years: Advice About College from First Generation Students
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First in the Family: Your College Years: Advice About College from First Generation Students

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A companion to First in the Family: Your High School Years, this next-step guidebook straight from their peers tells first-generation college students how to stay in college and graduate.
Paperback, 124 pages
Published October 25th 2006 by Next Generation Press (first published 2006)
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Cui
Attending college and leaving family is one of the things I am the most worried about ever since the end of the Junior year. High School year has been going by really fast, Senior Year won't be any different. College, SAT, AP classes are taking up all my times and keeping me worried. As a first generation student and the first in the family, there are many things that I need to think about and know when it comes to college. This book taught me many different things about colleges that I never an...more
Jessica Montalvo-Anderson
This book gave accounts of first generation students. There were real life accounts and stories that helped the reader to understand where each student was coming from. I would recommend this book to any student who is first generation. It helps to read other people's stories and experiences to know that you are not alone.
Kerry
"First in the Family" offers sound guidance, from first-generation college students, on adjusting to life after high school.
I recommend this guidebook to those who are struggling with the arduous task of applying to colleges, and who would appreciate the insight therein.
Steven
I was given this book for my new job as the Lead Academic Coach of the Buckeye Generation (1st gen college students). I can't tell you how many amazing quotes, charts, documents, ideas and inspirations that this book is filled with. Truly inspiring and enlightening.
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