Different social class backgrounds affect transition to college

Different social class backgrounds affect transition to college

The majority of first generation and low-income students struggle to survive the transition from home to college because their experiences and social class backgrounds often leave them confused about the middle-class cultural norms that define university life. These students, especially

Scholarships to see the world

Scholarships to see the world

To study abroad, to experience another culture, raises student awareness of the opportunities and challenges they will face as adults in our connected world. Research shows the positive impact of study abroad experiences, especially for first generation students.  But first

Success for first generation college students

Success for first generation college students

According to the College Board, one out of every three 5-17 years in the United States is a first generation student.  A first generation student is an individual from a family in which neither parent has gone to college or

Nourish2Flourish

Nourish2Flourish

Since 2007, Knowledge Without Borders™ has worked with the Madre Admirable School in the El Agustino district of Lima, Peru to provide protein to the neediest students – a program called Two Eggs a Week.  Through the fundraising efforts, the Two Eggs