Provides colleges with a framework for examining their own practices and for discerning gaps between what students need and what the college provides. This resource includes an overview of high-impact practices to increase student engagement as well as next steps for implementation.
Provides access to online training materials for students, faculty, and staff on substance abuse and sexual assault prevention. The CampusClarity website also contains the Talk About It Community where downloadable materials are readily available.
Documents specific policy interventions that can be implemented in the state of California to improve outcomes for men of color in community colleges. Suggests that state policy makers examine new ways of disaggregating data, creating a new early warning system, institute a statewide educational initiative for men of color, and create programs to reclaim "near completers."
Examines the efficacy of different information delivery methods for campus sexual misconduct policy on first year college students. This study aims to determine if exposure to different messaging increased students’ knowledge of the policy and campus resources.
Presents tools and information on hosting national prevention week in a community or school. The purpose of hosting the event is to increases public awareness of, and action around, substance abuse and mental health issues.
Summarizes the outcomes demonstrated by the establishment and work of the National College Health Improvement Program (NCHIP)—a collaborative network of 32 colleges and universities which has implemented a two-year long comprehensive, multi-pronged approach using both a public health and improvement focus, in addressing high-risk drinking on their campuses.
Summarizes an environmental scan of existing plans for providing tuition-free or debt-free college education. The report examines the role of different stakeholders and highlights the implications and trade-offs to specific types of institutions and to the broader higher education landscape. Additionally, the report provides a set of recommendations and considerations for the future implementations of plans and systems.
Draws on a poll of higher education leaders in which they shared views on higher education attainment gaps. Although most higher education leaders agree that closing the gaps in higher education attainment is a bigger concern now than a year ago, nearly all also agree that college leaders can do more to close the gaps.