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24-7 Library Spaces Drive Commuter Student Success

Campus libraries with a designated room open all the time benefit students who travel to campus and any campus community member needing a late-night study space.

A group of students protesting. One holds a sign that reads, "stand with Gaza."

Jewish, Muslim Students Fear Their Views Put Them in Danger

A new report says Jewish and Muslim students fear “personal danger” related to their positions on the Israel-Hamas war and view controversial protest slogans differently.

Senate Democrats Press Education Department for FAFSA Fix

Twenty-six Senate Democrats are urging the Education Department to permanently fix an error in the new Free Application for Federal...
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Student Wellness Tip: Promote Psychological Resilience

Students in crisis are less likely to perform well in their academics, but teaching self-regulation practices can help a student soothe their mind and take on challenges during the day.

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Campus Engagement Tip: Reaching Students on Social Media

Higher education professionals share five strategies and four content ideas for engaging with students through an institution’s social media accounts.

Protesters lit by a red and white light hold signs reading: "This alum supports SJP and JVP" and "Free Palestine"

Columbia Has Changed Its Protest Policy—Again

The university established controversial demonstration guidelines after Oct. 7. Now, it has implemented new ones—this time incorporating faculty and student feedback.

Fitch Says FAFSA Delays Put Private Colleges at Risk

Delays in processing financial aid applications could threaten the credit or viability of small private colleges that serve students who...
A female college student sits with her back to a wall and her head cradled in her hands, looking depressed, next to a backpack and book.

Students Don’t Know How Depressed They Are

And that might not be a bad thing, Isaac L. Ahuvia writes.