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Two students pose in black-and-white business attire inside a photo frame that says Mason Chooses Kindness

Campus Engagement Tip: Inspire Kindness on Campus

Administrators at George Mason created an initiative focused on kindness among students, faculty, staff and alumni. Each year, a cohort of 100-plus volunteer ambassadors model kindness and share resources.

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Survey: Students Value Choice in Campus Dining Facilities

Research from NACUFS and FIU finds incoming and current students are looking for greater selection and availability from college food providers.

Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona and Dartmouth president Sian Leah Beilock sit at a large table, with two students in the foreground.

Success Program Launch: Encouraging Dialogue on Controversial Topics

A new initiative from Dartmouth College helps students engage in academic inquiry by having challenging conversations with their peers.

A teen girl wears a white dress, western boots and a graduation cap

Report: 4 Ways to Promote Rural College Student Enrollment, Completion

A new brief by the Institute for College Access and Success highlights the unique challenges students from rural communities can face in postsecondary degree attainment and some ways colleges and universities can bridge the gap.

Portrait of a happy student in London holding a notebook and smiling near Tower Bridge

Removing Financial Barriers to Study Abroad

To make international education experiences more equitable and accessible, colleges and universities have implemented programs to reduce or remove costs related to study away.

Portrait of a young male student, sitting at his desk studying for school or following an online class on his digital tablet. He is taking notes in his notebook.

Report: Online Education Completion Lags Behind Face-to-Face Instruction

The University of Florida’s Institute of Higher Education found students who enroll in exclusively online degree programs were less likely to complete a degree than peers who enrolled in some face-to-face courses. But certain actions can help promote online learning success.

Engineer talking to a younger male apprentice over machinery in a factory/research setting.

Students’ Biggest Career Influences

In this latest set of Student Voice survey findings, students name parents as their top career influence and reflect on the value of experiential learning. Meanwhile, just a third of those soon to graduate say they have definitely decided on a career.

A shot of the empty University of Tennessee Creamery before its opening in August 2023.

A Lick of Success: College Creameries Merge Science and Work

Universities tie academics to on-campus job offerings through ice cream and cheese shops, marketing student-created products in stores managed by student employees.