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Report: Helping Sexual Violence Survivors Complete College

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.

Black male college student sits at his laptop taking notes at home as he listens to a webinar.

Key Differences in Student Satisfaction With Career Centers

Nonwhite students and online students who have engaged with their campus career centers have lower satisfaction and effectiveness rates for these services than white peers and those taking all or some of their classes online, respectively.

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Academic Success Tip: Help Students Prepare for Final Exams

Exams can place exceptional stress on students. Here are four ways practitioners can mitigate student stress and set them up for success.

A group of students sits on the lawn at Naropa University on a sunny day

Student Success Champion: Q&A With Ann Marie Klotz, Naropa University

As vice president of development, enrollment and student success, Klotz oversees the student experience at the small Colorado-based university. She shares about supporting adult learners, transfers and online students.

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Student Wellness Tip: Organize Resources on One Website

A new website aggregates all available resources for students in New Jersey facing basic needs insecurity, including childcare support, food pantries and shelters.

Tech university students in campus using laptop after lectures in the lobby in campus.

Bridging Higher Education Learning With Workforce Preparation

A new report from WGU Labs identifies common barriers for student success after graduation and offers four ideas for developing partnerships between colleges and universities and employers to address student needs.

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Report: 6 Ways to Strengthen Transfer Pipelines

A new report from the Campaign for College Opportunity identifies gaps in transfer student experiences that negatively impact these students’ ability to earn a bachelor’s degree from a four-year institution, as well as recommendations for improvement related to partnerships, advising, targeted supports and cultural change.

Sophomore students at Carleton College attend a banquet dinner, sitting at round tables with white tablecloths in a large meeting space.

Program Innovation: Sowing Seeds for Sophomore Success

Career development staff at Carleton College reimagined their program geared at second-year students to enhance the experience while promoting available resources at the institution—with a banquet to kick off the weeklong event.