Helping Black, Latinx, and Limited-Income Students at High-Performing iPASS Colleges: An Exploration of Support Practices

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- Add to Calendar 2022-09-20 14:00:00 2022-09-20 15:00:00 Helping Black, Latinx, and Limited-Income Students at High-Performing iPASS Colleges: An Exploration of Support Practices The Community College Research Center's latest research on Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS) considers promising practices for supporting Black, Latinx, and limited-income learners. In this webinar, CCRC researchers will describe the practices that five iPASS institutions—three community colleges and two four-year public universities—implemented or were actively pursuing in their efforts to improve outcomes among these student groups. These five institutions were chosen because they had demonstrated improvements in outcomes among Black, Latinx, and/or limited-income students, suggesting that an exploration of their practices could point to promising approaches for serving underrepresented groups. This webinar will also feature administrators from Queensborough Community College, who will discuss the advising and student support policies, practices, and guidelines that contributed to positive outcomes among Black, Latinx, and limited-income groups. The practices outlined in this webinar may be helpful to other institutions considering ways to improve the experiences of racially minoritized and limited-income students. Free registration. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

The Community College Research Center's latest research on Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS) considers promising practices for supporting Black, Latinx, and limited-income learners. In this webinar, CCRC researchers will describe the practices that five iPASS institutions—three community colleges and two four-year public universities—implemented or were actively pursuing in their efforts to improve outcomes among these student groups. These five institutions were chosen because they had demonstrated improvements in outcomes among Black, Latinx, and/or limited-income students, suggesting that an exploration of their practices could point to promising approaches for serving underrepresented groups. This webinar will also feature administrators from Queensborough Community College, who will discuss the advising and student support policies, practices, and guidelines that contributed to positive outcomes among Black, Latinx, and limited-income groups. The practices outlined in this webinar may be helpful to other institutions considering ways to improve the experiences of racially minoritized and limited-income students. Free registration.


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