Campus seeks to get high-risk students access to college

Program aims to help high-risk students find success after high school.

college-studentsAn Ohio college will try to make it easier for low-income and first-generation students to attend college through a new initiative.

Antioch College is launching a program called ReinventED Lab + Incubator, the Dayton Daily News reports. The program’s goal will be to improve access to college for high-risk students and help prepare them for education beyond high school.

Lori Collins-Hall, Antioch’s vice president of academic affairs, says the program may recruit students from charter schools that serve low-income and first-generation students.

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Laura Ascione