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Exams can place exceptional stress on students. Here are four ways practitioners can mitigate student stress and set them up for success.
A new report from the Campaign for College Opportunity identifies gaps in transfer student experiences that negatively impact these students’ ability to earn a bachelor’s degree from a four-year institution, as well as recommendations for improvement related to partnerships, advising, targeted supports and cultural change.
In her inaugural role, Payne-Kirchmeier is responsible for leading a united vision for student success across Indiana University’s seven campuses and two regional centers.
A long-running first-year undergraduate research initiative at the University of Missouri expands opportunities for students studying natural sciences to get engaged in hands-on learning earlier.
Rather than hosting office hours one-on-one in a faculty member’s office, Virginia Commonwealth University organizes gatherings for multiple faculty members in a common space, making the experience more welcoming to students.
For first-generation students as well as their peers, professors can break down barriers to allow students to excel, writes Pola Ham, an assistant professor of occupational therapy.
A new survey of college students in Pennsylvania suggests that some are undercutting their own success over concerns about paying for required course materials. What does this mean for the rest of higher ed?
Research from the California Community Colleges system identifies four experiences that increase likelihood of transfer among African American students from a two-year to four-year institution.