• PROVEN RESULTS

    PROVEN RESULTS

    First-generation, low-income AVID alumni who go to college are
    four times more likely
    to graduate than their national peers.

    First-generation, low-income AVID alumni who go to college are four times more likely to graduate than their national peers.

    42%
    of first-generation, low-income AVID college students graduate with a four-year degree within six years*
    42 percent

    11%
    of peers nationally graduate within the same timeframe**
    11 percent

    *Source: These data reflect records received from National Student Clearinghouse, 2016–2018. AVID Senior Data Collection, 2010–2012 [Electronic Database]

    **Source: Engle, J. & Tinto, V. (2008). Moving Beyond Access. Washington, DC: The Pell Institute

  • 42%
    of first-generation, low-income AVID college students
    graduate with a four-year degree within six years*

    42 percent of first-generation, low-income AVID college students graduate with a four-year degree within six years
    *Source: These data reflect records received from
    National Student Clearinghouse, 2016–2018.
    AVID Senior Data Collection, 2010–2012 [Electronic Database]

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  • 11%
    of peers nationally graduate within the
    same timeframe**

    11 percent of first-generation, low-income students nationally graduate with a four-year degree within six years
    **Source: Engle, J. & Tinto, V. (2008). Moving Beyond Access.
    Washington, DC: The Pell Institute

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