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To encourage participation in student activities, campus leaders should recognize the different types of interest levels among learners and what incentivizes them.
Enrollment in computer science programs continues to grow, but Native American and Indigenous students are less likely than their peers to graduate with a degree in tech. A new report highlights barriers to completion and opportunities for investment.
Kutztown University in Pennsylvania will receive $2.2 million over five years from the Department of Education to promote engagement and retention for underrepresented minority and low-income students.
Staff at Ithaca College created schedules for all incoming first-year students, hoping to make the process easier for students from all backgrounds and ease the transition to higher education.
New York Times identifies 120 groups raising tens of millions of dollars for players and teams, reshaping the economics of big-time football and raising tax and gender equity issues.
As tensions over the Israel-Hamas conflict play out on college campuses, an Ohio university offers expedited transfers for students dealing with antisemitism.
The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill offers free rides for students seeking counseling and therapy care through a Lyft partnership, increasing access to care.