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Success Program Launch: Hands-On Learning With Business Partners

Pro bono consulting work provides students across American University with real-world skills and connections to working professionals to jump-start their careers.

Pro-Palestine protester at Harvard stands in front of man holding Israeli flag

Bruised and Battered, Harvard Seeks a Smoother Path for Student Protests

After a fall semester of blistering criticism for its handling of campus protests of the Israel-Hamas war, the university wants faculty to adopt a “content-neutral” plan for addressing classroom disruptions this semester.

A graduate student at Wright State smiles during a commencement ceremony.

Success Program Launch: Peer Guidance for International Grad Students

A new initiative at Wright State University in Ohio provides near-peer support for graduate students from outside the U.S. to aid their transition and promote student success.

Brown Goes Need-Blind for International Students

Brown University will adopt a need-blind admissions policy for undergraduate international students, the university announced Thursday afternoon, after meeting a...
A group of undocumented students hold protest signs. One yells into a bullhorn.

A Hunger Strike, Then a Letdown for Undocumented UC Students

The students began their hunger strike Tuesday to urge the University of California Board of Regents to allow them to be employed on campuses. It didn’t work.

Male college student in a blue plaid shirt laughs with three peers at a desk.

Prioritizing Foster Students’ Success in Higher Ed

Compared to their peers, students who were in the foster care system are less likely to enroll in college or earn a degree. Support programs for former foster youth can help bridge the gap in completion.

A rendering of the UH Mānoa student success center to open fall 2025.

Building a Success Center at UH Mānoa for Student Engagement

The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa will open the doors to a new facility in fall 2025, housing various support resources and creating a central location for students to engage with each other.

Two students wear masks in front of the UCI Latinx Resource Center.

Listen: Resources for Latino and Hispanic Student Success

The inaugural director of the Latinx Resource Center at the University of California, Irvine, discusses her role and larger initiatives at the institution to support the retention and engagement of Hispanic students.