First Generation

Resources for First Generation Students

You’ve broken barriers as the first person in your family to enroll in college! Your next achievement is achieving success in your first career after college. We encourage you to explore the various onsite and offsite resources to get you there.

If you have a resource you want us to include, let us know!

Campus Resource Purpose Contact
Academic Success Center Provides academic resources, including peer mentoring, academic success coaching, academic skills workshops, and college success strategies to support you throughout college. Meigan Karraker
THRIVE Coaching A free coaching service focusing on your strengths, overall wellness, and achieving your goals. Jared Rodrigues
Student Financial Services Provides support in navigating financial aid opportunities and other financing options. Emily Baker
Student Employment Gain real-world experience outside the classroom and earn funds to support you through college. Kathryn Wood

 

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By Ayled Zazueta '23
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The Challenges and Solutions for Latinx Folks in the Workplace

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(909) 748-8030
Address

116 Armacost Library
1201 East Colton Avenue
Redlands, CA 92373

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