Employing Student Success: A Comprehensive Examination of On-Campus Student Employment

Provides foundational information on how student employment is currently administered at institutions. The first section presents survey data that highlight three main drivers that influence an institution’s student employment program. The second section answers general and operational questions about on-campus student employment programs. The third section draws on insights from an extensive review of existing research, campus interviews, and site visit data, and presents a list of capacity areas and practices that institutions can use to elevate their student employment program into a high-impact practice.

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