This study was carried out with young students of higher education, benefited from the student assistance developed in the campus of the Federal Institute in Crateus, in the Ceara backlands. In addition to bibliographical and documentary research, it involved field research, with interviews aimed at understanding which meanings these young people attribute to higher education and student assistance. The research reveals that student assistance provides access to higher education, understood in a broad perspective, which includes, in addition to admission, the guarantee to students, especially those belonging to the poorer classes, of conditions for permanence in the courses, favoring the quality of professional qualification.

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