First Generation Living Community
The First Generation Living Community is a one year program designed to provide opportunities to be part of a successful university experience with program support, assistance from community mentor, and one-on-one sessions with program specialist.
Who is a First Generation student?
First generation college students are those who will be the first in their families to complete either a two-year or four-year college degree.
- Must be First-Generation Student
- Live in Plaza Verde
- Be enrolled full time
- Must be a part of the program activities
- Successful transition into college
- Maintain high grade point average and be in good academic standing
- Develop leadership skills
- Community Interaction
- Opportunity to network and get involved
- Opportunity to be part of First-Generation RAMS and First Generation Host programs
- Enhance communication skills: increased faculty and staff contact outside the classroom
Residents will have access to unique resources, programs and activities, mentoring sessions, community involvement, and social interactions in an effort to have a successful university experience.
|Priority Check-in||Priority check-in and a fun Welcome Bash Social is available a day before regular check-in for all FG Living residents; allowing students the opportunity to be organized earlier and enjoy the activities going on in campus the next day.|
|Time Management Tools||Academic planners are available for all students in the FG Living community as a tool to help with time management and organization.|
|FG Living $250. Book Voucher||One FG Living Book Voucher will be awarded to a FG Living resident based on completing applications, participation in FG Living Programs, and SMART workshop attendance (must attend all 4 workshops per semester).|
|Spring Priority Registration||Eligibility for priority registration is based on completing and submitting grade verification on time and meeting with Program Specialist Erika at least twice during the semester.|
- Priority Check-In & Welcome Bash Social
- Mentor Workshop: Time Management and Resources
- Red Dirt Roundup
- November Scholarship Info Session
- Community Outreach: National Museum Day in San Angelo
- Fall Banquet
- Mentor Workshop: Study Tips 101
- Community Outreach: March, ASU Night Art Walk
- Spring Banquet
*activities are subject to change