USC First Generation Plus Success Center The First Generation Plus Success Center at USC (FG+SC) serves as a resource hub for current first-generation, undocumented, transfer, and former foster youth students as they navigate campus. Their mission is to foster a sense of belonging and a culture of holistic well-being through intentional mentorship, supportive services, and leadership opportunities. (Cited directly from their home page) Collective Success Network As per their website, the resources in this website are “designed to help FGLI (first generation, low-income) college students in all aspects of their college experience, career exploration, physical and mental health, and personal success.” Law School Admission Council (LSAC) LSAC’s diversity initiatives, including the PLUS program and DiscoverLaw.org, provide valuable resources for first-generation college students interested in law school. Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO) CLEO offers pre-law summer institutes, workshops, mentoring, and other resources to support underrepresented students on their journey to law school. AccessLex Institute AccessLex provides resources and tools to help students understand the financial aspects of law school, including student loan management and repayment options. First Generation JD This website aims to support and connect first-generation law students, providing valuable advice, resources, and community engagement opportunities. Street Law Pre-Law Pipeline Program Street Law’s Pre-Law Pipeline Program offers opportunities for first-generation and underrepresented students to learn more about the law and legal careers. Thurgood Marshall College Fund This fund provides scholarships, professional development, and networking opportunities for first-generation students attending historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Ask Edna (by AccessLex) One stop shopping for TONS of resources for aspiring law students! Immigrants Rising Designed to help undocumented people attend college and start their career development journeys in the United States.