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Staff at Ithaca College created schedules for all incoming first-year students, hoping to make the process easier for students from all backgrounds and ease the transition to higher education.
Kutztown University in Pennsylvania will receive $2.2 million over five years from the Department of Education to promote engagement and retention for underrepresented minority and low-income students.
Research from the Association of College and University Educators found professors who received training on effective teaching practices for in-person or online instruction improved learners’ academic performance.
A new articulation agreement between two Catholic institutions in Connecticut will allow low-income associate degree earners to pursue their bachelor’s degrees.
As the inaugural director of academic advising and student achievement, Bryson speaks about opening a new center, establishing a footprint on campus and meeting students where they are.
Starting in January, the University of Maine will launch an adult completion program to support stopped-out learners across the state. The program will provide personalized aid and services to ensure they leave with a degree or credential.