Indigenous students are a demographic group that have consistently been underrepresented at institutions of higher education (IHE) in the United States, despite tremendous growth in enrollment in recent years. This is due in part to the distinct barriers and aspects of identity that indigenous students hold compared to other groups. This session will focus on the various factors that affect indigenous students access and persistence at IHEs.
Join Steve Fund mental health specialist Tiana Brawley and explore the mental health crisis of suicide in the Black community. Examine wellness strategies and practices to support mental health, including how to: Utilize the 7 Dimensions of Wellness to address suicide and mental health; Identify risk and protective factors for Black young women and girls; and Take away support tools and resources. Register.
The Community College Research Center's latest research on Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS) considers promising practices for supporting Black, Latinx, and limited-income learners.
As this installment of our series takes place around National Coming Out Day, we will discuss the importance of support resources are imperative to LGBTQ+ students’ sense of belonging and creating communities where they feel supported and empowered.
Rising rents have exacerbated longstanding shortages of student housing across California, forcing students to live in crowded and expensive quarters while others remain homeless. What's being done to ease the crunch? Will plans for new housing make a dent? Save your spot.