VCU awarded $2M grant to expand first-generation student center
Grant supports expansion of You First at VCU First-Generation Student Success and Research Center.
Class of 2021: Elijah Dawson, the first in his family to graduate from college, has big plans
The School of the Arts student is ambitious and has a passion for art history and research. “The goal is to have a ‘Dr.’ in front of my name.”
VCU awarded grant to expand its You First program
A $200,000 grant from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund will allow You First at VCU to become the You First at VCU, First-Generation Student Success and Research Center.Details »
These eight VCU students are the first in their family to graduate from college.
They come from different places and have different dreams. Here, they discuss the moments that mattered on the way to their degrees.Details »
Words from the wise: Five longtime professors reflect on their 20-plus years of teaching at VCU
Five professors who have two decades or more of VCU teaching experience share their experiences, favorite moments and lessons learned throughout the years, including our very own, Daphne Rankin.Details »
New campus exhibit is an uplifting showcase for first-generation students
The exhibit is a platform for first-generation students to use their voices to help others.Details »