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November 13, 2023
The celebration was held in Alumni Gym on Wednesday, November 8, and offered a place for first-generation students to mingle, reflect and enjoy themselves.
November 7, 2023
Brown, the assistant director of first-generation student support services, writes about his journey as a first-generation student to supporting current first-gen students as a staff member.
October 31, 2023
For the week of Nov. 6 –11, the Center for Access and Success, First-Generation Student Support Services initiative will host its fifth annual celebration, honoring Elon students, faculty and staff who were the first in their family to attend college.
May 11, 2023
Elon hosted the third annual First-Generation Graduation Ceremony in honor of all the first-generation Class of 2023 graduates.
April 3, 2023
Four staff and faculty represented Elon at First Scholars Leadership Academy to advance first-generation initiatives on campus.
February 27, 2023
The Scholarship and Opportunities Fair is intended to support historically excluded and marginalized students and feature opportunities designed to support students in learning about and eventually participating in high-impact practices.
December 14, 2022
Means is currently an associate professor at University of Pittsburgh's School of Education and has a goal to build networks that focus on addressing racial, class, spatial inequities and injustices in education.
First-generation faculty share motivation behind helping current first-gen students navigate college life
November 11, 2022
Faculty members Brandon Sheridan, Lee Bush and Ilyssa Salomon share their experiences as first-generation college graduates and how to they serve as mentors for current first-generation students finding their way.
November 9, 2022
Tuesday, Nov. 8 is National First Generation College Celebration and a panel of faculty and staff spoke about their own experiences as first-generation college graduates and the resources available for current first-generation students at Elon.
September 29, 2022
The $5,000 grant from the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) will fund the iBELONG Male Mentor Program, which will be housed in the Center for Access and Success.