Firsttogo -- First To Go

 

About Firsttogo
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The purpose of the First To Go Initiative is to promote campus involvement and visibility with a focus on the retention and success of first-generation students of all years. First To Go seeks to foster an environment that is welcoming and inclusive for first-gen students by offering connections to resources, creating networking opportunities with faculty, staff and like peers, and providing programming specific to the population.

Stay connected to First To Go to learn more about first-gen events!

*A first generation college student is a student whose parents/guardians have not completed a four-year bachelor's degree

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