"As sophomores, they're faced with tough choices," said KWC President Craig Turner. "Choosing a major, choosing a career path, some of the things they're not quite really prepared to do, some of them. This will help address that very, very important need."
The school's receiving $450,000 in grant money to tackle the issue. College officials say it'll help hire a sophomore advocate, who'll address their needs.
KWC's president says first generation students are more vulnerable to the sophomore slump.