Collaboration Across Campus

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The goal of training is to provide these services through diverse delivery systems that consist of interactive, skill-building, and knowledge-transfer opportunities to support institutions of higher education in their efforts to prevent and mitigate the continual high rates of illegal alcohol and other drug use and violent behavior among college students and develop and maintain safe and supportive learning environments.  


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Summarizes the results of a survey examining food and housing insecurities among more than 4,000 undergraduates matriculating at 10 community colleges across the nation. The results found that about half of community college students are struggling with food or housing insecurities or both. The challenges in these areas varied in severity, from marginal security to very low security.

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Provides preliminary lessons about community college involvement in apprenticeship collected through a survey and select interviews from 38 colleges that are workforce development leaders. They demonstrate how community colleges can impact diversity in apprenticeship programs, and the support they would need to do it. These lessons can serve as a guide for technical assistance and support to community colleges as a strategy for scaling and diversifying apprenticeship.

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