Student mentors point the way to Success Central

A peer mentoring initiative aimed at improving graduation and retention rates among students of color is producing encouraging results.

On average, 46 percent of the African-American and Latinx students participating in Success Central from 2014-2015, the first full year of the program, have graduated. That’s more than...

By Loretta Waldman

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