Voices of Student Success: Counting Student Parents

National estimates find around one in five students have dependents, but few colleges and universities have accurate numbers of who their parenting students are and what their circumstances may be. Student parents are faced with additional financial stress and time constraints compared to their non-parenting peers, so how can higher ed leaders find these parents and better serve them? In this episode, hear from the think tank New America, to learn about their Student Parent Initiative and federal policy movement on student parent data, and from the California State University Chancellor’s office, to discuss state legislation that provides priority registration for student parents at the CSU. Free on-demand

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