First Generation Graduates

The UHET has a greater concern on inclusive development through only make possible the dream of higher education of the first-generation graduate. The intervention of the UHET focused on ensuring the opportunity for first-generation graduate students to get access to higher education without any discrimination. The UHET has scaling greater priority in its operational process for the first generation graduates to entering and completing college as the first in their families to navigate college admissions and postsecondary coursework. It brings awareness on Academic, Socio, Economic, and Cultural barriers and helps to provide career guidance on course selection to get admitted in higher education. 4,958 (67%) of the beneficiaries are First Generation Graduates.

4,958 (67%) of beneficiaries are First Generation Graduates