Non-traditional and first-gen students need different kinds of support

Many of the students you will be teaching in community colleges and regional public institutions, and, indeed, an increasing proportion of college students in all institutions, are non-traditional students. These students are likely to be over 24, to be employed, to have children and/or dependent relatives, and to be attending college part-time or off and on.

 

Here are some tips for supporting those students, and some useful links to more information, so as to keep them enrolled and make sure they’re successful.  Take a look.

 

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