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First-Generation Campus Partners

There are many first-generation focused programs on campus. Learn how your college and department is partnering with first-generation students!
 



College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Regents’ Scholarship recipients and other first-generation students participate in the learning communities housed under the Office for Student Success. Read more about these programs.

 



The College of Education and Human Development is committed to the continuous improvement of climate, diversity and equity. Thirty percent of current students in the college are first-generation. Read more about the this program.


 
The primary goal of the FGEn Mentoring Program is to enhance first generation engineering students’ educational and social experiences on campus. It is about providing a sense of community to FGEn students and helping them with achieve their goals.


 
The College of Liberal Arts hosts the Freshmen Innovation Group that provides incoming, first-generation freshmen a learning community with a network of faculty and advisors. FIRST Mentors - faculty and advisors who are also first-generation - act as a resource and guide to help first-generation students. The CLA also hosts the Regents' Scholars Initiative: a learning community for students focused on academic success skills, engagement with the university, and developing leadership skills.
 
The College of Science hosts the Science Leadership Scholars, a learning community designed to academically and financially support high performing first-generation science majors. The Department of Biology hosts BioFirst, a learning community focused on ensuring the academic success of first-generation students. 

 
College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Regents’ Scholarship recipients and other first-generation students participate in the learning communities housed under the Office for Student Success. Read more about these programs.


 
The RAP First-Gen Scholars are a learning community of Regents’ Scholars and Dean’s Scholars at Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. As a community of scholars, RAP aims to support first-generation business majors. 


 
The School of Public Health Regents’ Scholarship recipients and other first-generation students participate in the learning communities housed under the Office for Student Success. Read more about these programs.