Thursday, September 4th at 7:00p.m. EST
Join us for our monthly Twitter Office Hour. On the first Thursday of every month at 7:00pm EST, we’re inviting first-generation college students, those who aspire to be, and everyone who cares about first-gens to meet us on Twitter to ask questions and share answers on important topics using hashtag #FirstGenOfficeHour.
This month, we’ll continue our focus on beginning the college journey and helping first-gen students proudly proclaim, “I’m College Bound,” by learning what to look for in a College.
For high school students, that means sharing tips and advice on how to evaluate a school and make an informed decision on if the college is a good fit for you!
Our staff, first-gen student bloggers, first-generation college-bound students, their parents, counselors, college access providers, and mentors, and colleges.
September 4, 2014, 7:00pm EST
How to Participate
Q1. I’m a #firstgen college-bound student. How should I start building my college list?
Q2. As a student, when comparing my GPA, SAT and ACT averages to a school’s average, how close to the median do I need to be for each?
Q3. How can a low-income student learn if a school is financially supportive to in award packages?
Q4. Are all public colleges more affordable than private colleges?
Q5. Supporters, how can a student use the average loan debt statistic of a college to make a more informed decision?
Q6. As a #firstgen student, I want to know if students are successful at a given institution, how do I do that?
Q7. What supports should an institution offer for #firstgen students, like myself?
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