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First-generation college student enrollment has increased significantly in recent years and a sizeable canon exists to help understand their journey to and through higher education, as well as subsequent persistence, retention and graduation rates. This research is the first to investigate how and why first-generation college students use music. Two studies compare usage patterns in pre-and pandemic settings. Study One (N=583) found that students listen to roughly four hours per day and thatdoi:10.33423/jhetp.v21i15.4895 fatcat:57jfnwzim5eyzl2z3mhmcb3k4m