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How Community Colleges Address Basic Needs and Financial Stability of Low-Income Students to Boost College Completion: Lessons from the Working Students Success Network
Publisher: Oakland, CA: Mathematica Policy Research
Apr 30, 2018
- Receiving an intensive, one-on-one service may matter more than receiving services across multiple pillars.
- Colleges may reach more students with less intensive services delivered in group settings, but one-on-one services can be customized to align with individual needs and goals.
- A one-on-one service delivery approach may not be the only way to target services to meet individual needs.
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