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Three students and a faculty member work with plants in Mizzou's Interdisciplinary Plant Group research center.

Academic Success Tip: Open Doors to Research in Students’ First Year

A long-running first-year undergraduate research initiative at the University of Missouri expands opportunities for students studying natural sciences to get engaged in hands-on learning earlier.

A female students gestures to a female career counselor seated next to her in an office space.

Students Sound Off on Career Centers

According to the newest Student Voice survey on life after college, about a third of students—even those graduating in 2024—haven’t interacted with their campus career center. There’s also a gap between the services students say career centers should offer and what services they’re actually seeking out.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's largest residence hall on campus, Hinton James, houses first-year students.

Positive Partnership: Graduate Students Provide Well-Being Coaching in Res Halls

The School of Social Work partnered with Carolina Housing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to provide wellness care to residential undergraduate students.

Four people work on laptops and tablets at a round white table.

Academic Success Tip: Broaden Office Hours Across Disciplines

Rather than hosting office hours one-on-one in a faculty member’s office, Virginia Commonwealth University organizes gatherings for multiple faculty members in a common space, making the experience more welcoming to students.

A professor speaks to a student in his lecture hall class, as other students are working on assignments.
Opinion

Academic Self-Regulation Interventions Can Promote Success for All

For first-generation students as well as their peers, professors can break down barriers to allow students to excel, writes Pola Ham, an assistant professor of occupational therapy.

Multiethnic group of high school or college girls talking together on campus outdoors in summer or spring season.

Success Program Launch: Scholarship and Support for Native American Learners

Starting in January, Salt Lake Community College will waive tuition for all Native students enrolled at the institution, regardless of part- or full-time status.

An aerial shot of an internal event at Beloit College introducing the launch of the School of Business, Economics and Entrepreneurships and the School of Health Sciences

Success Program Launch: Liberal Arts College Puts Careers in Focus

Building off the success of Career Channels, Beloit College will open two new schools to promote professional development and job exploration for students as part of its upcoming Impact Beloit initiative.

Tired young man lies on his bed while texting on his cellphone inside of his apartment during the day

Survey: Trends in Student Persistence, From Students

New insights from tech company EdSights use data from chatbot text messages to understand the factors that impact student persistence throughout the academic year.