First Generation Students at WAC
First Generation Student Summit
Friday March 30th from 3-7pm in Litrenta Hall
What is a first generation college student?
A first generation college student is defined as someone who self-identifies as such and whose parents(s)/legal guardian(s) has little or no collegiate experience or degree.
What can I do on campus?
- Become a part of the Student Government Association
- Join a club!
- This link has a list of all the clubs and groups on campus. If you dont see something you’re interested in, start a new club!
- Not sure what events are going on for students? Check out the Student Events Board Calendar. If you’re passing by in Hodson Hall, you’ll always see the next upcoming events.
Need academic support?
The Office of Academic Support is located on the top floor of Miller Library. This is where you go if you need accommodations for class (note taker, etc.) or if you need test accommodations. They also help coordinate peer tutors along with course mentoring.
We also have the Writing Center which is located on the first floor of Goldstein Hall. This is where you would go if you need help with an essay or your thesis.
Worried about your math homework or having an exam coming up? Don’t worry, you can always check out the Qualitative Skills Center which is located on the first floor of Miller Library.
Questions about Career and Job opportunities?
Make sure that you go see our Career Development, located in the Larrabee Building, next to Goldestein Hall. They can answer any questions you might have about your future career from building your resume, to internship opportunities, and more!