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After her graduation ceremony, the young adult daughter closes her eyes as she embraces her unrecognizable mother.

How First-Gen Mexican American Students Define Success

A recent report asks first-generation college students who are Mexican American to define what educational attainment means for them and what helps them achieve success.

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Student Wellness Tip: Making Counseling Centers More Inviting

To promote help-seeking behaviors and encourage students to utilize mental health resources, physical spaces in college counseling centers or campus facilities can reflect feelings of comfort and safety.

The College of Charleston hosts a graduation ceremony at the Cistern

Program Innovation: Getting Learners Involved for Academic Achievement

A longstanding program at the College of Charleston provides a cohort of encouragement and assistance for students not reaching their full potential to excel inside and outside of the classroom.

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Student Wellness Tip: Keeping Students Safe After Dark

College leaders and students have developed solutions to provide safe rides for learners on or near campus.

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Report: What Works in Recruiting Diverse Students to the Humanities

New research from the National Humanities Alliance seeks to break barriers to participation for historically underserved communities in humanities programs through highlighting effective initiatives.

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An AI Boost for Academic Advising

Finding courses that fit both a student’s schedule and degree path is getting help from new tech tools.

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Funding Student Success: Mini Grants for First-Year Engagement

This spring, Ohio University piloted a grant program to support faculty and student engagement in first-year seminars, awarding eight grants to empower connection and meaningful relationships.

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Survey: Most Students Approve of Education Quality, Climate

Initial findings from Inside Higher Ed’s annual Student Voice survey challenge popular narratives about how college is failing students, while also pointing to areas for improvement.