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Lubbock police are sending out a new warning to underage drinkers. The department said during a news conference Friday officers were flagged down by a bar employee in the Depot District Thursday night who reported someone for having a fake I.D. Police ultimately cited two people, one for having a fake I.D. and the other for underage drinking.
Many facing basic needs insecurity didn't receive help from their campuses, researchers found. They suggested opening resources to all students. A majority of food-insecure community college students, 56%, said their college did not provide food assistance, according to a new report from the Center for Community College Student Engagement.
On average, students experience an estimated total of 102 alcohol-related consequences, such as blacking out, being hung over, or missing work or school, due to drinking across their four years in college, according to a new study. Research also reveals that parents' disapproval is linked to fewer drinking consequences.
Community colleges are often pegged as the workhorses of the higher education system. The two-year colleges cater overwhelmingly to first-generation college goers, working adults, and students of color, helping them gain a foothold on the ladder of economic opportunity. Massachusetts has redoubled efforts in recent years to create a smoother transition from community college to four-year institutions. Are those initiatives paying off? Yes and no.
Current student needs are many, and the stakes are high in helping to meet those needs through effective supports. Student Voice surveys -- conducted by Inside Higher Ed and College Pulse with support from Kaplan -- capture not just the experiences of U.S. college undergraduates but also what they think their institutions could do to be more supportive.
A task force within the Oregon State Legislature is finalizing recommendations focused on college affordability, campus wraparound services and institutional accountability as it looks to improve higher education experiences and outcomes for underrepresented students.
The detrimental ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education won’t be going away any time soon, and student mental health is becoming an increasingly urgent issue, according to a recent EAB report.
Virginia college and university students need more support to be successful in higher education, according to a new report from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. These supports should focus on college/life preparedness; basic needs; sense of belonging; and mental health and well-being.