There’s something special about being the first…
If one or both of your parents did not graduate from a four-year college, then you are a first generation college student, and you are not alone! Many NRCC professors and staff were first generation college students. Find out who by looking for the designation “First Generation Graduate” in the employee directory. If you have questions about or challenges with being successful in college and don’t know where else to go, contact the Advising Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-674-3677. They may not be able to solve all of your problems, but they can connect you to resources on campus and in the community who may be able to help.
Please check back here soon for more information pertinent to first generation college students.
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