This study examined the preferences of high school seniors (N = 2901) for receiving college and career information, an area not well-studied previously. Key findings are: Parents and peers are rated to be very helpful sources of college and career information; school counselors are a helpful source of information for first-generation and low-income students; and the internet is a helpful source of information, but email and one-on-one are more preferred sources of information. The findings of this study are useful for K-12 education, college access, and higher education professionals to consider when developing policies and programs to provide college and career information to students.
Owen, Laura; Poynton, Timothy A.; and Moore, Raeal
"Student Preferences for College and Career Information,"
Journal of College Access: Vol. 5
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jca/vol5/iss1/7