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Author(s):Richard Stockton College
Title:Richard Stockton College Community of Scholars
Short Description:Funded through a grant from the US Department of Education, the Community of Scholars (COS) is designed to foster college student success for first generation, low-income, or disabled students.
Annotation:Funded through a grant from the US Department of Education, the Community of Scholars (COS) is designed to foster college student success. Students enrolled in COS may participate in a host of academic, social, and cultural enrichment programs to enhance their collegiate experience. Stockton College students are encouraged to apply to become a participant in the Community of Scholars (COS) program if they meet one or more following eligibility criteria: First generation, Low Income, or Disabled.
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College Access
College Access Programs
First Generation College Students
Low-Income Students
Preparation/College Readiness
Student Success
Students with Disabilities/ Special Needs Students

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