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A group of college students sit in a circle during group therapy.

On-Campus Outpatient Program Addresses Complex Student Needs

Rutgers University’s Next Step counseling services allow students to receive care and remain enrolled in the institution, eliminating barriers to higher-level counseling help.

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Cut Through the Noise

Students can stay focused and happy in a hectic world, writes certified mental performance consultant Greg Young, who offers three strategies based on his work with student athletes.

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Professors Can Make a Difference in Promoting Students’ Success

How can professors support students, beyond engaging them in more active learning? Our infographic offers six ideas.

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How Well Do Career-Prep Offerings Serve Students?

Harvard researchers say colleges have all kinds of programs and supports designed to help students get well-paying jobs, but there’s little research on if they accomplish their goals.

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Long-Standing Nonprofit Offers Discounted Student Housing

College Housing Northwest offers low-rate housing exclusively for students, helping reduce housing insecurity among learners in the Portland, Ore., area.

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Student-Won Grant Supports Internet Access for Their Peers

A grant proposal from four seniors at the Oregon Institute of Technology extends internet access for students through a mobile hotspot pilot program.


Making Space for Compassion in the Classroom

Chris Hakala, director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Scholarship and professor of psychology at Springfield College, uses Student Voice data to argue that students and faculty members mutually benefit from flexibility, communication and feedback.

A student stands in a medical clinic next to a small Ronald McDonald toy.

Scaling Up: VCU Internship Funding Program Increases Reach

Virginia Commonwealth University sponsored students’ summer internships and experiential learning through a pilot program in 2022. This year, with additional funding and increased advertising, the program will support around 70 students.