1st Generation Status and Participation Survey
The Institute for Educational Opportunities and Montana Tech TRIO Student Support Services are conducting a brief survey of Montana Technological University’s community members to start a broad conversation about what it means to be a first-generation (“first-gen”) college student, to identify who on campus is first-gen and how the University might better support first-gen students studying at MTU.

Many faculty, staff, administrators and students at MTU were or are first-gen, which means there is a wealth of knowledge within the MTU community that could be shared to support current and incoming first-gen students. The survey attempts to capture a small bit of that knowledge. The results of the survey will inform future programming.

Questions about the survey may be directed to Theresa Rader, Director TRIO Student Support Services or Tom Reget, TRIO SSS Digital Content Creator.
Thank you for participating!

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Definitions of “first-gen” vary; for the purposes of the survey, You are a "first generation" college student if you meet one of the following three criteria:
1. A student neither of whose natural or adoptive parents received a baccalaureate degree
2. A student who, prior to the age of 18, regularly resided with and received support from only one parent and whose supporting parent did not receive a baccalaureate degree; or
3. An individual who, prior to the age of 18, did not regularly reside with or receive support from a natural or adoptive parent. 

  Given the definition above are you a "first generation college student"?
Are you interested in attending our First Generation Celebration Events in November of 2024? *
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