How do community college students access support services?

Tuesday, April 11, 2023
New America

Many reasons attribute to the low completion outcomes of community college students, including inadequate academic preparedness, the complex structure of programs at community colleges, and the lack of resources to help students navigate campus. Certain strategies—from academic and financial to basic needs and mental healthcare—can go a long way in improving this picture, say experts. But schools must doing more to make students aware of these resources, they caution. 

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