Expanding Goal Aspiration for Low-Income, First-Generation, Latino Males Through Faculty, Staff, and Student Relationships

Enciso & Martinez / Journal of First-generation Student Success / November 2021

Mentoring relationships between faculty, staff, and Latino college students play a pivotal role in their student success and sense of belonging. This personal reflection highlights how cross divisional collaborations in student affairs and academic affairs led to the creation of formal and informal mentoring relationships for Latino male students involved in a program for first-generation, low-income college students. The voices of three Latino students will be utilized to emphasize how strategic collaborations led to their enhanced sense of belonging and success at their institution.

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