Provides a survey platform for college and university campus communities to use to conduct an objective analysis of a full range of institutional safety and security facilities, policies and procedures.
Leverages partnerships with the private sector, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO), law enforcement and state/local authorities to maximize national public engagement on anti-human trafficking efforts.
Describes three practice support tools that highlight research evidence on the experience of boys and young men of color, specifically, and youth of color in general. These tools include:
Ensuring the Well-being of Boys and Young Men of Color: Factors that Promote Success and Protect Against Substance Use and Misuse.
Contains higher education tools that can create more inclusive campuses for LGBTQ students. The guide features annual event and conference listings, organizing tips for fundraising and event planning, brainstorming and student organization team-building tools, campus safety and inclusion check-lists, and other resources.
Aims to share key concepts and best practices for conducting a climate survey as part of a comprehensive effort to address sexual assault on campus. This tool contains guidance for ethical survey administration, content suggestions, and promising practices. Sample templates are included.
Serves as a comprehensive resource on the issue of higher education access and success for homeless students, including information on:
Understanding homeless students;
Assisting homeless students in choosing a school;
Helping homeless students pay for application-related expenses;
Assisting homeless students in finding financial aid and scholarships for school; and
Helping homeless students succeed in college.
The toolkit provides local hom
Supports transparency and increased awareness of college affordability among public and private institutions. Generates a report on the highest (top 5%) and lowest (bottom 10%) that can be used to assess cost and better understand trends in rising college tuition rates.
Assists college administrators in identifying factors within the campus environment that contribute to alcohol-related problems. These factors are examined within the context of the public health approach, which emphasizes how the environment shapes behavior. Methods for identifying problems include scanning, analysis, response, and assessment. The publication also contains scanning and analysis exercises and selected resources.