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The value of a college degree is undisputed. A 2010 report from the College Board estimates that, among full-time workers, high school graduates earned a median annual income of $33,800; workers with an associate’s degree, $42,000; and, workers with a bachelor’s degree, $55,700.

Chapter 6 | Supporting Student Success in College

The information included on this webpage was excerpted from Chapter 6 of College Access and Success for Students Experiencing Homelessness: A Toolkit for Educators and Service Providers, available in its entirety at http://www.naehcy.org/educational-resources/he-toolkit.

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For a comprehensive discussion of supporting student success in college, see Chapter 6 of College Access and Success for Students Experiencing Homelessness: A Toolkit for Educators and Service Providers, available in its entirety at http://www.naehcy.org/educational-resources/he-toolkit.

Topics include:

  • Introduction
  • Statistics on College Access and Completion for Low-Income Students
  • Dynamics of Low College Completion for Low-Income Students
  • Advantages of a College Degree
  • Two-Year vs. Four-Year Colleges: Considerations and Implications for Student Success
  • Keys to Success: Campus Adaptation and Student Engagement
  • Transitioning Successfully from a Two-Year to a Four-Year Institution
  • Establishing Networks of Support for Homeless Students on College Campuses
  • NAEHCY State Higher Education Networks

Related appendices include:

  • Appendix 6A - The Federal TRIO and GEAR-UP Programs
  • Appendix 6B - College Success Resources for Students Experiencing Homelessness

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