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Idaho Scholarship Program a Boon for Students and State

The workforce development scholarship helps students get the education and training they need to meet state workforce needs. Demand for the scholarships has been higher than expected.

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Program Innovation: J-Term Courses Promote Student Development

Gettysburg College offers free, virtual webinars to help learners launch into their lives after graduation, teaching personal and professional skills.

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Campus Engagement Tip: Inspire Kindness on Campus

Administrators at George Mason created an initiative focused on kindness among students, faculty, staff and alumni. Each year, a cohort of 100-plus volunteer ambassadors model kindness and share resources.

Washington State U Student Workers Strike, Get Deal

A union representing Washington State University student academic employees announced Wednesday—on the first day of its strike—that it had reached...
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More Access Means More Enrollment for Maine Community Colleges

A recent report shows a surge in enrollment across Maine Community College System campuses from 2022 to 2023 and credits the state’s Free College Scholarship program.

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Scaling Up: Providing Experience, Professional Network to At-Need Students

The University of Nebraska at Lincoln created a microinternship and mentoring program to help first-generation and Black, Indigenous and people of color learners identify their professional aspirations and build social networks.

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Survey: Students Value Choice in Campus Dining Facilities

Research from NACUFS and FIU finds incoming and current students are looking for greater selection and availability from college food providers.

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Opinion

FAFSA Fiasco

Admissions counselors should exercise empathy and flexibility this cycle, Jim Jump writes.