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A photo of Sacramento State’s  Esak´timá Center interior, with a conference table, red couch and Native American art on the wall.

Colleges Create Campus Spaces for Student Identity

To help students feel they belong at the institution, institutions are investing in facilities that promote student identity and meet their needs.

Kentucky DEI Programs Survive Legislative Threat

Kentucky lawmakers appear to have run out of time to pass GOP legislation that would have banned public colleges and...
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Report: Mental Health Impacts Community College Persistence

A working paper from University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University researchers identifies key themes in the challenges learners at two-year institutions face and how it impacts their enrollment and degree progression in the first year.

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Rating States’ Work on Post-College Outcomes

Data-rich report from Strada shows few states have highly developed systems for career coaching, work-based learning or alignment with employer interests.

New Gen Ed Requirements for CSU Freshmen

The California State University system Board of Trustees recently voted to apply new general education requirements for transfer students to...
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Smith Protesters Vow to Occupy Building Until College Divests

Demonstrators met with the college president but the two parties could not come to an understanding, members of Students for Justice in Palestine said on social media.

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Campus Engagement Tip: Recognize Student Employees

Each April, colleges and universities celebrate National Student Employment Week. Here are eight strategies supervisors can use to acknowledge the work of their learners.

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Delaying the Inevitable

As problems continue to beset the new FAFSA, most colleges are pushing their deposit deadlines into June. But some are still dragging their feet. What’s the hold up?