U.S. Wants to Let States Enforce Their Own Regulations for Online Education

As the Biden administration eyes regulatory changes aimed at improving consumer protections for students, institutions worry about unintended consequences.

A N.Y. Law Mandates Campus Polling Sites. Why Are There Still So Few?

Activists were excited about a law requiring polling places on campuses with more than 300 registered voters. But its implementation has proven slow and erratic.

Campus Engagement Tip: Create an Affirmation Station

First-year experience staff at Lander University established a space on campus for students to reflect on their week, engage with their peers and share positivity.

Success Program Launch: LaGuardia Community College Is Linking President’s Society Alumni

A new alumni network for those who have been through a student leadership program connects business leaders to students and each other, inspiring giving to the institution as well.  

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The (De)Acceleration of College

The focus of student success initiatives should be support, not acceleration, John Schlueter writes.

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Lost in Ideology

Scott McLemee reviews Jason Blakely’s Lost in Ideology: Interpreting Modern Political Life.

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Harvard and Elitism in a Populist Age

The fate of undergraduate education at an elite research university in a time of fracture.

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Will Students Benefit From Facial Recognition? No.

We shouldn’t even have to ask the question.

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Is Focusing on Your Strengths Sabotaging Your Success?

Julia Chinyere Oparah explains how knowing your derailers is an essential superpower for every leader in higher ed.

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Safeguarding Black Women Educators’ Mental Health

Campus leaders and colleagues must recognize their battle fatigue—and the sophisticated racism at its root—and work to support them, write Jálin B. Johnson, Nakisha Castillo, Natalie V. Nagthall and Hawani Negussie.

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Students say how their colleges and universities are and should be preparing them for the workforce, including through their experiences with campus career centers, experiential learning and career influencers.