These Colleges Give Minority Students a Better Chance at Upward Mobility

December 18, 2020

Marcheta P. Evans, President, Bloomfield College writes: Upward mobility is a promise that many students and their families count on when sending their students to college. As part of the process of social mobility in America is the expectation that earning a college degree will be the foundation on which the next generation will be better off economically as compared to the prior generation. This promise for upward mobility is deeply rooted in the American psyche, and especially for first-generation college students and families of color who represent historically underserved populations in higher education.

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