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A Moderated Discussion: Fall 2020 First-gen Student Enrollment Considerations

A Moderated Discussion: Fall 2020 First-gen Student Enrollment Considerations

Student Success
May 29, 2020   |  2:00 PM - 3:00 PM La’Tonya Rease Miles Jan Lloyd Natalie D. Dickson Heather Adams
Please Note: Time zones are in Eastern.

In anticipation of colleges and universities continuing remote instruction for fall 2020, some newly admitted first-year students and their families may consider attending local community colleges. While these options may appear to be cheaper, more convenient, or more practical, students, especially first-generation college students, may not have a wholistic picture of community college admissions and the process of deferring or delaying admission to a four-year institution. Panelists will bring nuance to this conversation, offer how institutions can offer greater transparency, and share helpful considerations for informed decision-making during this time. Moderated by La’Tonya Rease Miles, Ph.D., Executive Director of First Year Experience & Strategic Initiatives, UCLA.

Cost
Free
Course Length
60 min
Course Type
Live Briefing

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