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Program Innovation: Training the Trainer

A mentorship and support program for up-and-coming student leaders helps boost students’ academic and interpersonal skills as well as student success metrics.

Students sit at computers and a group of students sits at a table together within the Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity at USC.

Funding Student Success: Psychoeducational Evals for Academic Accommodations

At the University of Southern California, students who may not have a diagnosed condition or a current evaluation to share may request free testing to help qualify for needed course accommodations through an effort funded by donations and grants.

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Success Program Launch: Building a Transfer Center

Georgia State and the National Institute for Student Success reorganized personnel and established a new workflow at the university to improve the transfer process.

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Academic Success Tip: Engage Students in Real Talk

A pilot initiative at SUNY Oneonta encourages vulnerability among instructors in the classroom, helping students to see their professors as people and seek help.

Ep. 121: Voices of Student Success: Institutional Change for Black Student Success

A new program at Sacramento State University aims to celebrate Black excellence and history, elevating student outcomes. 

A small group of four mature adult students sit together at a long desk as they study with one another. They have textbooks and laptops out in front of them as they take notes and talk.

Student Voice Survey: The Academic Experience   

Students rate their educational quality highly while signaling ways to improve their academic experience in newly released data and analysis from our annual survey of college undergraduates.

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Survey: How Are Profs, Staff Using AI?

As artificial intelligence becomes more integrated into teaching and learning, college instructors and student success professionals share how they’re using generative AI.

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Teaching Tip: A More Strategic Syllabus Day

Rather than reviewing syllabus material, instructors can consider these five ideas to implement on the first day of class to promote students’ engagement and academic success.