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Pacific Oaks faculty, staff and students hold a banner during the Latino Heritage Parade and Festival in Pasadena.

Pacific Oaks College Reaches Hispanic Learners With Podcast

A Hispanic-serving institution uses Title V grant funding to support Hispanic and Latino student success with a podcast, decoding the hidden curriculum of higher education in English and Spanish.

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Mentoring Students 101

Many faculty and staff members serve as mentors and advisers for students and student organizations. Here are the basics on ways to best support students’ co-curricular skill development.

Male African American college graduate walking with his 3-year-old son on graduation day at a university

4 Ways to Meet Student Parents’ Needs on Campus

A new report analyzes opportunities for colleges and universities to support students with children to help them overcome barriers to completion.

A group of students in dark blue shirts raise their hands outside in the fall as part of some kind of group event.

Survey: Inequities in Student Involvement

Student Voice data reveal disparities in who’s participating in campus life outside the classroom—and opportunities for closing these gaps.

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Registering for Classes—3 Semesters at a Time

Alamo Colleges is allowing students to register for up to three semesters’ worth of classes at once, to reduce uncertainty and better accommodate students’ complex schedules.

Two students in a large room share their science research poster with a professor as others walk by.

Summer Bridges Build First-Gen Connections

Student Voice survey data on new-student orientation experiences indicate that summer bridge program participants who are first generation feel more comfortable accessing resources, more prepared for college and more socially connected than other first-gen and even continuing-generation students.

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Belmont Uses Data for Change, Empowerment and Action

A data collaborative at Belmont University seeks to empower all campus community members, including students, to utilize and strategize with data, as well as create a larger impact on the surrounding Nashville community.

A group of Wheaton College students smile in Switzerland.

Success Program Launch: Study Abroad for First-Year Students

Wheaton College will offer study abroad experiences for travel-inclined students in their first year at the college. College leaders hope the international education experience improves participants’ college experience over all.