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Investing in Support for International Students

International students can be seen as a way to boost finances and improve cultural competency among domestic students, but how can higher ed promote academic success for those learners?

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Students Want More Space for Cultural Understanding, Affinity Groups

A majority of students believes multicultural centers and identity groups can contribute to a positive campus environment, according to new research from NASPA. But administrators aren’t investing in these projects at the same level.

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Campus Engagement Tip: Involving First-Gen Families

Colleges and universities can better support first-generation students with three strategies to create intentional educational experiences for family members to be involved in students’ college experiences.

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Campus Involvement: The Tech Connection

Some students say they lack awareness of campus events and activities, according to new Student Voice survey findings. Many want a comprehensive campus events calendar and see technology as a way to enhance campus involvement.

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So Little Time, Not Enough Help With Time Management?

Students are interested in a variety of offerings for help with time management, according to the Student Voice survey on the college experience. High on the list are comprehensive syllabi, help with overall scheduling and social supports.

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First-Gen Videos Welcome New Students to Higher Ed

To welcome incoming students and promote university resources, Saint Mary’s College in Indiana recruited first-generation learners to provide success tips in a five-part video series.

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Following the Leaders: Understanding and Promoting Student Leadership

Student Voice results show that students with certain advantages are more likely to have held leadership positions on campus than peers. Here’s why that matters and what institutions can do to help boost students’ leadership creds.

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Success Program Launch: Co-Curricular Pathways Bridge the Skills Gap

To best prepare students for the jobs of the future, Gettysburg College is guiding incoming students to establish a skills track, emphasizing flexible career and professional development abilities.