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SUNY chancellor John B. King, a dark-skinned man wearing a suit and glasses, is pictured here standing at a podium on a stage in front of colorful images.

SUNY Adds Liaisons for Homeless Students

In a coordinated effort to address student housing insecurity, the State University of New York system will designate a staff member on every campus to work with homeless students.

Four Duke students walk down campus in front of the chapel tower.

Duke’s Affordable Action Plan

The university’s decision to waive tuition for lower-income North and South Carolinians is officially about equity. But its potential as a recruitment tool for underserved students connects it to affirmative action’s fate.

A group of students sits in a study room working together.

Academic Success Tip: Intentionally Organizing Group Work

Professors can assign group work to students and ensure project and learning success using these five tips.

A pair of hands with darker skin resting on a table hold a hand with lighter skin in a comforting manner

Students Report Sexual Assault—but Mainly to Their Peers

According to a large-scale survey by Vector Solutions, students are significantly more likely to discuss a sexual assault with a peer than with an authority figure on campus. 

Three students wearing Saxbys shirts smile behind the register in the coffee shop

Experiential Learning Cafe Provides Internship Credit, Life Skills

Mount St. Mary’s University in Maryland opened a Saxbys cafe in August, offering students a new employment opportunity on campus and experiential learning for the designated student CEO.

A student, photographed from behind, stands in front of the doors to the financial aid services office.

The Other Student Loan Crisis

Some graduate schools don’t let students borrow enough for basic needs like food and medicine, Aliya Sternstein and Charles Pruett write.

Ohio Wesleyan students smile holding black shirts that say "first-gen OWU"

New on the Job: Q&A With Thea Smekens at Ohio Wesleyan University

In her inaugural role as director of first-generation student success, Thea Smekens will oversee a new office for first-gen learners, promoting community and access for students.

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Scaling Up: Incorporating Student Feedback Into Mental Health Services

The University of Connecticut’s Student Health and Wellness department partners with student organizations for feedback and insight on service offerings and challenges in access.