The odds are still stacked against low-income college students; here are some ways to expand the possibilities

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This fall, 1.2 million low-income or first-generation students started college. For most of their lives, they’ve been told that a college degree will set them on a path to economic mobility, and they have arrived on their campuses filled with a sense of possibility. Unfortunately, the odds for low-income students are still stacked against them.