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An aerial shot of an internal event at Beloit College introducing the launch of the School of Business, Economics and Entrepreneurships and the School of Health Sciences

Success Program Launch: Liberal Arts College Puts Careers in Focus

Building off the success of Career Channels, Beloit College will open two new schools to promote professional development and job exploration for students as part of its upcoming Impact Beloit initiative.

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.

A Black woman in a white lab coat and goggles holds a beaker of blue liquid.

Black Scientists With STEM Ph.D.s Face Deep Disparities

A new report finds they disproportionately carry large amounts of student loan debt, among other disparities faced by STEM doctoral grads of color.

Tired young man lies on his bed while texting on his cellphone inside of his apartment during the day

Survey: Trends in Student Persistence, From Students

New insights from tech company EdSights use data from chatbot text messages to understand the factors that impact student persistence throughout the academic year.

 (left to right) Jonathan R. Alger, Ana Mari Cauce, Jonathan J. Sanford and Lori S. White

Debating the ‘Art’ of Institutional Statements

Four university presidents discussed the growing challenge of deciding when and whether to weigh in on controversial domestic or international affairs.

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.

Two researchers wearing white lab coats, blue rubber gloves and safety goggles handle test tubes in a lab.

Scaling Up: Connecting Experiential Learning Offerings

Illinois Tech created a one-stop platform for learners to identify experiential learning opportunities on campus and integrate hands-on learning throughout their college experience.

A young man works with his laptop open using a pencil and notebook, studying in a common area during the daytime.

Career Prep Tip: Teach Students to Work Alongside AI

Students want more guidance around using artificial intelligence, and at Student Success US, career services professionals discussed the role of institutions in preparing learners for the jobs of the future.