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Author(s):Simmons, A., Musoba, G., and Chung, C
Title:Persistence among first-generation college students in Indiana: The impact of precollege preparation, college experiences, and financial aid
Short Description:Addresses the knowledge gap surrounding first generation college students' preparation, college experiences, and financial aid in Indiana.
Annotation:This study addresses the knowledge gap surrounding first generation college students' preparation, college experiences, and financial aid. In particular, Indiana's financial aid and education policies are examined to identify their impact on persistence among the state's first generation students.
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Associated Keywords:
Financial Aid
First Generation College Students
Preparation/College Readiness

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