The purpose of this study was to help increase success for first-generation Latina students at Arizona State University by providing a group mentoring support experience during the spring semester of their sophomore year. Thirteen first-generation Latinas in their sophomore year were recruited from the Obama Scholars Program at Arizona State University. These students participated in one or two 90-minute group mentoring intervention sessions during the spring semester of their sophomore year and responded to reflection questions at the end of each session.
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- Education (Higher)
- First Generation College Students
- group mentoring
- sophomore year experience
- Hispanic American women college students--Arizona--Tempe.
- Hispanic American women college students
- First-generation college students--Arizona--Tempe.
- First-generation college students
- College sophomores--Counseling of--Arizona--Tempe.
- College sophomores
- Mentoring in education--Arizona--Tempe.
- Mentoring in education
- College dropouts--Arizona--Tempe--Prevention.
- College dropouts
- Partial requirement for: Ed. D., Arizona State University, 2011Note typethesis
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 66-76)Note typebibliography
- Field of study: Educational leadership and policy studies