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Report: Colleges Get Creative in Health and Wellness Solutions

Student health and wellness remain a priority for higher educational leaders, as highlighted in a new report. Officials share their unique approaches to servicing the eight dimensions of wellness.

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Academic Success Tip: Create Stronger Online Course Engagement

Many students and professors prefer online learning, but optimizing the digital classroom experience for engagement and active learning requires some thought. Here are four student success–focused ways to tweak online learning.

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Student Wellness Tip: Broaden Suicide Prevention Efforts

Higher education leaders can recognize September as Suicide Prevention Month by prioritizing mental health and belonging at their college or university.

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Academic Success Tip: Teaching Empathy in Design for Health Care

Two emergency medicine professors created a human-design course for students to prioritize their workplace values in a world of AI. The course taught students to think outside the box and listen to key stakeholders before delivering solutions.

Two Pomo dancers wear traditional regalia at Mendocino College's Native American Day.

Scaling Up: Expanding Support for Native American Students

Mendocino College in California will apply grant funding to continue supporting its Indigenous learners and further close equity gaps through intentional conversations with local leaders and additional staffing to support programming.

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Summer Bridges Build First-Gen Connections

Student Voice survey data on new-student orientation experiences indicate that summer bridge program participants who are first generation feel more comfortable accessing resources, more prepared for college and more socially connected than other first-gen and even continuing-generation students.

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Success Program Launch: Free Tablets, Hotspots for Low-Income Learners

A university provides students living at or below the poverty line with a tablet and hotspot at no cost to the learner to use for schoolwork and life beyond college.

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Scaling Up: Enrichment Funding for High-Impact Learning

An endowed gift allows Centre College to offer additional scholarship funding for first-generation, low-income students to participate in study abroad, underpaid internships or other experiential learning opportunities.