The student program assistants for the Promising Futures Program are current first-generation college students at Chapman who help develop and facilitate the growth of the Promising Futures Program. They assist in organizing regular program events for first-generation college students, such as regular meetings, study sessions, and socials.
+-Crystal De La Riva, Program Coordinator
The student program assistants work under the guidance and supervision of Crystal De La Riva, the Academic Advising Center’s Specialty Advisor for students in the Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. The Program Coordinator for the Promising Futures Program, Crystal is a first-generation college student herself and is very passionate about supporting the first-generation community at Chapman.
About Crystal: I earned my B.A. in Psychology from Chapman University and am currently in Chapman’s M.A. program for Marriage and Family Therapy. As a first-generation Chapman alumna, I understand the learning curve associated with adapting to the college environment. Much of my experience at Chapman was positive and I attribute this to being involved and seeking the guidance of those willing to help. I look forward to using my experience and knowledge to assist fellow Chapman panthers get the most of their college experience too!
+-2015-2016 PFP Staff
- First Generation
- Promising Futures Program Staff+
- New and Current First-Generation Students+
- Student Resources+
- For Parents and Families of First-Generation Students+
- Promising Futures Faculty/Staff Mentoring Program+
- Faculty/Staff Resources+
- Promising Futures Funding Assistance Form+
- Promising Futures Funding Assistance Form (Part 2)+
- Promising Futures Funding Assistance Submitted+