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The proposed project is designed to provide supportive services to 160 eligible participants. The campus has 1,735 first generation/low income, 2,000 first generation college students, 3,803 are low-income according to federal guidelines, and 830 are registered students with a documented disability. Proposed services will include a counseling component, academic advising component, a summer bridge component as well as a financial literacy component. The goal of this program is to increase academic performance, persistence, and graduation rates of SSS eligible students.
|Effective start/end date||9/1/10 → 8/31/15|
- Department of Education: $849,039.00
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