Master of Arts (M.A.)
This thesis project is intended to improve the retention rates and the graduation rates of the large population of first-generation students attending California State University, Monterey Bay. This project discusses the implementation of student development theory to create supplementary programming for the first-generation students. Interviews with 14 first-generation college students document the need for California State University, Monterey Bay to offer a supplementary course them.
Levyssohn, J. David, "Promoting first-generation college student success : establish a connection, eliminate confusion and build confidence" (2005). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 471.