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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.

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Student Housing at Sea

Higher ed has a student housing crisis, Ryan Craig writes.

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Lacking AC, Students Swelter in Record Heat

Dorms without air-conditioning are common even at the most selective colleges. But as summers get longer and hotter, many see AC less as a luxury than a necessity.

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Campus Engagement Tip: Promote Effective Club Leadership Models

To promote student participation, higher education practitioners can encourage well-organized student programming groups to carry on traditions and maintain a defined mission.

Tufts RAs Strike During Move-In

Tufts University’s resident assistant union, formed late last year, went on strike Tuesday, coinciding with one of the freshman move-in...
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UC Santa Cruz’s Admissions Gamble

The university admitted a record number of students this year despite a tight local housing market. But in the end, officials expect to increase head count by only about 730 students.

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Chaos at New College of Florida

With the start of the semester two weeks away, students are grappling with absent professors, canceled classes and severe housing woes.

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Rental Increases are Slowing Down—Except in Student Housing

Rental prices for off-campus purpose-built student housing are growing faster than rents for other nearby units. At institutions already short on housing, students are really feeling the squeeze.