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Bobst Library has opened a study space designed to meet the needs of neurodiverse students and others

Campus Engagement Tip: Create Spaces for Student Success

Carefully designed physical spaces can help students thrive in their academic and co-curricular experiences. Recent additions to five colleges and universities offer ideas to adopt or adapt.

Students network with employers in a round table format at Santa Clara University's Diversity Works Expo event

Career Prep Tip: Host a Reverse Career Fair

Flipping the model of a career fair can highlight students’ skills and talents while giving employers more time to engage with candidates of interest.

President Chuck Seifert sits in a green golf cart with school mascot, Baloo.

All the Presidents’ Golf Carts

Several college and university presidents around the nation travel their campuses in golf carts. Institutional leaders explain the vision and practical benefits of doing so.

Rachael Heard sits at a table, meeting with a student

New on the Job: Q&A With Rachael Heard, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

As the inaugural director of academic programming and student transitions, Heard is responsible for making higher education more accessible for students.

An empty college dorm room featuring a bunk bed, desk and chair, and closet.

Affordable Housing Is a Higher Ed Issue

It’s not enough for colleges to support students experiencing homelessness—they need to lobby to improve access to affordable housing, Paul Schofield writes.

A promotional graphic for FSU's vice president for student affairs' event "Amy's Snacks and Chats" on Oct. 25.

Campus Engagement Tip: Rethinking Event Marketing

Florida State University’s Division of Student Affairs created a weekly marketing campaign to highlight five top events happening on campus and available services to promote attendance and involvement.

A young group of friends laughing and sharing pizza at a music festival.

Campus Engagement Tip: Reaching Students Where They Are

To encourage participation in student activities, campus leaders should recognize the different types of interest levels among learners and what incentivizes them.

Kutztown University library on the first day of classes for fall 2023

Funding Student Success: Investing in Experiential Learning

Kutztown University in Pennsylvania will receive $2.2 million over five years from the Department of Education to promote engagement and retention for underrepresented minority and low-income students.