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Black male college student sits at his laptop taking notes at home as he listens to a webinar.

Key Differences in Student Satisfaction With Career Centers

Nonwhite students and online students who have engaged with their campus career centers have lower satisfaction and effectiveness rates for these services than white peers and those taking all or some of their classes online, respectively.

Tech university students in campus using laptop after lectures in the lobby in campus.

Bridging Higher Education Learning With Workforce Preparation

A new report from WGU Labs identifies common barriers for student success after graduation and offers four ideas for developing partnerships between colleges and universities and employers to address student needs.

Sophomore students at Carleton College attend a banquet dinner, sitting at round tables with white tablecloths in a large meeting space.

Program Innovation: Sowing Seeds for Sophomore Success

Career development staff at Carleton College reimagined their program geared at second-year students to enhance the experience while promoting available resources at the institution—with a banquet to kick off the weeklong event.

A female students gestures to a female career counselor seated next to her in an office space.

Students Sound Off on Career Centers

According to the newest Student Voice survey on life after college, about a third of students—even those graduating in 2024—haven’t interacted with their campus career center. There’s also a gap between the services students say career centers should offer and what services they’re actually seeking out.

An aerial shot of an internal event at Beloit College introducing the launch of the School of Business, Economics and Entrepreneurships and the School of Health Sciences

Success Program Launch: Liberal Arts College Puts Careers in Focus

Building off the success of Career Channels, Beloit College will open two new schools to promote professional development and job exploration for students as part of its upcoming Impact Beloit initiative.

Two researchers wearing white lab coats, blue rubber gloves and safety goggles handle test tubes in a lab.

Scaling Up: Connecting Experiential Learning Offerings

Illinois Tech created a one-stop platform for learners to identify experiential learning opportunities on campus and integrate hands-on learning throughout their college experience.

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Defining, Measuring and Unifying Approaches to Student Success

What does it mean to succeed in college? Discussion at the Student Success US event centered around how higher ed professionals, their institutions and students at different stages in postsecondary education might answer that key question.

A young man works with his laptop open using a pencil and notebook, studying in a common area during the daytime.

Career Prep Tip: Teach Students to Work Alongside AI

Students want more guidance around using artificial intelligence, and at Student Success US, career services professionals discussed the role of institutions in preparing learners for the jobs of the future.