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First generation college students experience a more challenging transition to collegiate success than their peers. As institutions feel the pressure to fulfill their enrollment goals, the doors of opportunity are being widened which includes an increase in first generation college students This study focuses on how the remedial course intervention affects student confidence levels in key college success indicators after their first semester of college level coursework. A survey is used to determine variations between first generation students who were exposed to this form of intervention, and those who were not. The findings point to a need for expanded conversation on intervention methodology to better frame a holistic model of success for today’s incoming student.
Day, John Nathan, "Assessing Remedial Course Transitional Intervention Effectiveness for First Generation College Students" (2015). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 268.