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Program Innovation: Training the Trainer

A mentorship and support program for up-and-coming student leaders helps boost students’ academic and interpersonal skills as well as student success metrics.

A chalkboard-like surface displays three of the Ten Commandments—"VI Thou shalt do no Murder, VII Thou shalt not commit Adultery, VIII Thou shalt not Steal."

Louisiana Wants the Ten Commandments in College Classrooms, Too

The culture war over religion in public education has mostly ensnared K-12 schools. A recently passed Louisiana law brings higher education into the mix.

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Title IX Regs Treat Students as Political Pawns

Students are not well served by the political nature of ever-changing Title IX regulations, Chris Linder writes.

Pro-Palestinian Protesters in Florida and Texas Face Suspensions

The University of Florida has issued suspensions of up to four years for several pro-Palestinian student protesters who were arrested...
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Engaging Librarians in Student Success Work

On college campuses, libraries can serve as a hub and connection point for students. Staff, engagement spaces, campus partnerships and resources also support student success.

Students walk on Georgia State's campus on a sunny day.

Success Program Launch: Building a Transfer Center

Georgia State and the National Institute for Student Success reorganized personnel and established a new workflow at the university to improve the transfer process.

A photo illustration consisting of a cellphone in someone's hand and a microphone, with a red slash through both of them. Superimposed on top are words from University of California, Los Angeles, professor Susanne Lohmann's audio-recording ban.

Giving an F for Recording Classes, Even for Students With Disabilities

A UCLA professor whose classroom hosts contentious debates says she’ll fail any student who records. She says it’s a matter of academic freedom. But does federal law allow it?

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Listen: Celebrating Black Student Success and Achievement

In the latest Voices of Student Success episode, learn more about Sacramento State’s establishment of a Black Honors College and a statewide bill to recognize California institutions that help Black students achieve.