Provides up-to-date information and statistics about community colleges and is widely used in graduate courses and by community college scholars, institutional researchers, and on-the-ground administrators.
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.
Provides those interested in prevention at colleges and universities with a ready reference of current, important, and available information resources. This bibliography reflects that much has been published providing a greater understanding of how alcohol and other drugs and violence problems develop, and describing promising theories and practices for preventing and reducing those problems.
Provides information about bystander programs designed to decrease the prevalence of sexual assault on college campuses by educating participants about the occurrence of sexual assault, as well as promoting prosocial attitudes and the willingness to intervene in risky situations. These programs may mobilize a community to recognize their responsibility in promoting safety.
aims to provide members of the academic community with access to resources, strategies, guidelines, and templates to address a variety of different vulnerabilities and risks. This library organizes resources according to a specific threat/hazard, and then further categorizes each resource according to its relevant Mission Area, as outlined in the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Preparedness Goal.
Provides a description of guided pathways and purpose first in higher education and how this strategy can help students obtain their degrees. The guide includes frequently asked questions, an implementation guide, an evaluation, and resources and tools.
Describes how an inclusive classroom can get schools over the bridge to universal accessibility. Students with disabilities have all the intellectual tools they need to thrive in higher education. Yet too many give up because of lack of accommodations which can create unnecessary barriers.
Provides a user-friendly, matrix-based tool for selecting and comparing research-based strategies addressing harmful and underage student drinking on campuses. Developed with the input from leading college alcohol researchers, college student life staff, and alcohol and other drug program staff, the resource is intended to help schools choose interventions constructively and comparatively.