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Solving the Credit–for–Prior Learning Equity Paradox

New approaches to CPL can result in more adult college students and more equitable outcomes for them, writes Michelle Navarre Cleary, an educator focused on adult learners’ success. She offers four actions to take.

Mary Ann Tietjen, a light-skinned woman with blond hair, of Creighton University works with a student in her office.

Jesuit Success Network Provides Support, Community in Retention Efforts

Leaders from Jesuit colleges’ association meet quarterly to discuss best practices in student success initiatives at their institutions, creating a collaborative and uplifting community.

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New Course Materials Models: Who Benefits?

Course materials affordability remains a top concern among college students. Experts debate the ins and outs of new sourcing models, namely inclusive and exclusive access.

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Free Food Truck on Campus Feeds 500 Students a Day

The University of California, Davis, began offering pay-what-you-can lunches on campus in April, expanding access to basic needs resources for students.

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New on the Job: Q&A With Robert Ream, University of California, Riverside

A new undergraduate education division, which includes student success as one of its four programs, is being led by an associate dean who believes that trust, collaborative community and professional responsibility are all crucial for achieving student success.

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Student Wellness Tip: Create Safe Spaces for Quiet Relaxation

Rider University’s student government association funded the remodeling of a room in the student center to facilitate reflection and tranquility among students.

Fourth-year student Anna LePlatt gives a speech at the opening of the Data Driven Frederick Center as Hood College president Andrea Chapdelaine watches.

President Swaps Schedules With Students, Promoting Campus Engagement

Hood College’s fifth annual Chap Swap allowed one student to live a day shadowing President Andrea Chapdelaine and vice versa, offering deeper insight into their respective roles on campus.

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Academic Success Tip: Teach With Love

Colorado School of Mines encourages STEM educators to look beyond course design and pedagogy to embrace a character of love and teach with heart.