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An AI Playbook for Improving College Completion

Complete College America released a playbook and equity paper detailing AI’s potential use in scaling and achieving a degree.

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Scaling Up: International Programming Over Four Years

Students at the University of Delaware can apply for an invite-only scholars program that infuses cohort connections with study abroad experiences, culminating in a capstone presentation.

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Campus Engagement Tip: Personal Coaching to Get Plugged In

Staff and student employees at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities offer one-on-one advising sessions to assist learners with finding and joining student organizations that align with their goals.

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Study: Encouraging First-Gen, Low-Income Learners to Utilize University Resources

A new article published in the Harvard Educational Review found faculty and staff can implement three strategies that result in changed behavior among first-generation and low-income students in accessing campus resources.

Four people, three men and a woman. One of the men is wearing a priest's collar.

Universities Prepare to Launch 2-Year Colleges

The goal of the model, started at Loyola University, is to get low-income students to and through college with little to no debt.

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Report: Strengthening Community College Student Transfer

Research from the California Community Colleges system identifies four experiences that increase likelihood of transfer among African American students from a two-year to four-year institution.

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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.

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New On the Job: Q&A With Chuck Xander, University of Iowa

The University of Iowa is the first institution in the Big 10 to hire a mental health counselor specifically to serve military-connected students.