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Better serving students in career preparation requires a strong understanding of what’s working and what isn’t, plus creative ideas for making career-focused events enticing and boosting utilization of available supports. Cross-campus discussion of three key questions can help.
A staff member at Stockton University developed a transfer-only general studies course, creating a space for engagement and camaraderie between transfer students with proven outcomes on retention and graduation.
DePaul University staffers are piloting a zero-credit course to connect incoming neuroscience students and provide a resource hub for them during their first year.
A new Tennessee Higher Education Commission and Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation report highlights the ways institutions can support students facing basic needs insecurity.
Franklin University created an online portal to guide community college students as they consider transferring and decide to start that process. The pathway decreases chances of credit loss and keeps students from paying for courses that do not count toward a degree.
Students who experience sexual violence while enrolled in postsecondary education have a high likelihood of earning lower GPAs or dropping out. Here are three areas where higher education leaders can focus efforts to promote student success for those who are carrying such trauma.