Common Denominators: College Success Factors Among Minority and First-Generation Students

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Director of Operations, The Choice Program, The Shriver Center of University of Maryland, Baltimore County

College is tough. For students without adequate support systems in place, it can be even tougher, particularly amongst first-generation and multicultural students. Here, one education advocate explores how to make it easier. read more

Why Diversity Matters in College Admission

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College Admission Coach; Author

College counselor and Quetzal Mama Roxanne Ocampo debunks some myths while sharing the importance of diversity and cultural authenticity in the college admission process. read more

Diversity Grants and Scholarships

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Director, 21st Century Scholars, Indiana University

You are probably aware that women and minorities continue to be underrepresented in engineering and computer science. However, if you are a member of an underrepresented group and plan to pursue a graduate degree in technology, this might actually be good news when it comes to securing financial aid. read more