What does it mean to succeed in college? Discussion at the Student Success US event centered around how higher ed professionals, their institutions and students at different… Read more »
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Students and faculty share their concerns for safety and security on ASU campuses and what law enforcement does to make sure crime is mitigated.
Katherine Zimmerman had a very good problem on her hands. So many students showed up for the September kickoff meeting of an organization she leads that she had to move attendees… Read more »
Complete College America released a playbook and equity paper detailing AI’s potential use in scaling and achieving a degree.
In an effort to address basic needs insecurity among students, the New Jersey Office of the Secretary of Higher Education is launching a free online tool to connect college… Read more »
A half hour before Iowa State University’s food pantry was ready to open, a small group of students had already gathered outside, ready to pick up groceries and other necessities… Read more »
Staff and student employees at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities offer one-on-one advising sessions to assist learners with finding and joining student organizations that… Read more »
Those you hire as part of a comprehensive medical team can also work with students directly, promote health initiatives on campus, or work on other related projects that can help… Read more »
As electric bikes and scooters gain popularity among college students, California campuses vary over their regulation. The devices pose safety risks yet are cheaper, more… Read more »
On this particular day, most students in the California State University, Chico library are silently poring over books or computers, but one group is tucked into a corner,… Read more »
Gabriel Taye was a slight boy who wore button-down shirts and neckties to his Cincinnati elementary school. Just 8 years old, he loved learning and made the honor roll. But other students often… Read more »
College students face tuition, housing and transportation costs, and purchasing the food they need to stay healthy and thrive academically can often take a back seat as the bills… Read more »
Incarcerated students and their supporters celebrated when Congress lifted the 26-year ban on Pell Grants for people in prison, a decision that took effect in July. Many people… Read more »
Three experts discuss the different ways that students can incorporate healthy food and exercise conveniently and cost-effectively.
Members of college security agencies and state government met Thursday afternoon in what they called a “proactive” conversation about preventing hate crimes and hate speech on… Read more »
A new article published in the Harvard Educational Review found faculty and staff can implement three strategies that result in changed behavior among first-generation and low-… Read more »
Pell Grants were officially restored for incarcerated students in July. But helping them access the funds is a multi-step process for colleges and corrections agencies.
Many universities across the country are struggling with student retention. In fact, only 67% of first-year students in the fall of 2021 persisted at their institution into the… Read more »
In honor of National First-Generation College Celebration Day, the White House Office of Public Engagement convened approximately 80 first-generation college students from across… Read more »