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Data-Based Decisions Tip: Collecting Input on MSI Initiatives

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas is launching an employee survey to better understand how university initiatives are supporting minority groups on campus and where the institution could invest resources.

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Academic Success Tip: Resource Fair to Support Students Struggling Mid-Term

The University of Arizona hosted an event to help learners debrief their semester so far and make an action plan for the remainder of the term.

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Report: Exploring the Differences in First-Gen Demographics

New data from Common App evaluates definitions of first-generation students and the impact any parental education can have.

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Decision and Resource Tree Aids in Supporting Student Mental Health

One document colleges and universities can create to help faculty and staff respond to students’ wellness concerns is a resource tree that includes relevant details to guide referrals.

A group of students and several professors pose with a College of Charleston flag on the roof a waste-to-energy plant in Denmark.

Alternative Spring Break: Hygge, Happiness and Sustainability

A group of first-year students at the College of Charleston recently returned from a spring-break trip to Denmark, where they studied how personal and environmental sustainability intersect.

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Report: How Colleges Can Contribute to Rural Pathways for Careers

New research from Jobs for the Future identifies strategies higher ed leaders can implement to help learners from rural communities pursue postsecondary education and higher earning opportunities.

Veronica Stewart, career center director at Bryant University, teaches a lecture to first-year students.

Success Program Launch: Required Career Prep Seminar Course

In Bryant University’s new general education program, students must complete three one-credit courses, one of which is focused on professional development and career exploration.

Students smile in front of a poster that features the LIFT logo and reads “LIFT, Living Intentionally, Finding Togetherness”

Listen: Creating Community in Collegiate Recovery Program

An administrator from Florida State University shares how her institution prioritizes students’ physical health and student success through investing in peer-led and supportive interventions.