Make It Personal: How Pregnancy Planning and Prevention Help Students Complete College

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Make It Personal: How Pregnancy Planning and Prevention Help Students Complete College

Mary Prentice, Chelsey Storin, and Gail Robinson
Make It Personal: How Pregnancy Planning and Prevention Help Students Complete College

Published by the American Association of Community Colleges as part of the Make It Personal: College Completion project, describes the project in partnership with Power to Decide in which six colleges created content and materials to address pregnancy planning, prevention, and healthy relationships through courses and on-campus, peer-to-peer service learning. The report provides evaluation results, replication tips, resources, and lessons learned from the colleges, along with compelling reasons and new data for why other colleges should offer this information to improve retention and help students achieve their educational goals.

Suggested Citation(s)

Prentice, M., Storin, C., and Robinson, G. (2012). Make It Personal: How Pregnancy Planning and Prevention Help Students Complete College. Washington, DC: American Association of Community Colleges.

December 2012

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