Capstone Project (Open Access)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
The disadvantages that low-income students face in today’s society make it difficult for them to move on to a post-secondary education. Since higher education is no longer for the elite few and the number of students attending colleges and universities is rapidly increasing, all students need the necessary resources to prepare for a college ready future. In order to reach low-income students and close the learning gap between low, middle, and upper income peers, there will be a need for college awareness programs in the high poverty areas. This capstone examines the barriers low-income students face and how these college awareness programs develop and promote equal opportunity to benefit the students that they target.
Kroboth, Jenna N., "Benefits of Promoting College Awareness for Low Income Middle and High School Students" (2016). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 3.
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