The Center for Human Enrichment: Being a Good Host


Sharing Best Practices for working with UNC first-generation college students

Attend this engaging lunch forum and learn about The Center for Human Enrichment, why it was created, who it serves and the impact it has on the UNC campus.

The Center for Human Enrichment (CHE) is a federally funded program that provides support to a select group of first-generation college students at UNC.

First-generation college students are those whose parents or legal guardians do not hold a bachelor’s degree. The UNC CHE/SSS program is recognized as being in the top 1% of all SSS programs in the nation. In this forum, we will share lessons we have learned over the 40 years that CHE/SSS has been at UNC.

Additionally, we will host a conversation and share strategies for first-generation student success across the UNC campus community which has 34% first-generation college students.

Learning Objectives

  • Knowledge of the CHE/SSS program at UNC and services offered
  • Awareness of the guiding philosophy and best practices of the Center for Human Enrichment
  • Understanding of first generation students, best practices and ongoing engagement at UNC

Where: Candelaria 1375

When: Thursday, February 23

Time: 11:30 am- 1:00 pm

Please RSVP to

By: February 21

Lunch will be provided for preregistered participants.

Sponsored by: The Center for Human Enrichment (CHE) and CETL


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