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Scaling Up: Increasing Apprenticeship Programs

The City University of New York will add 12 apprenticeship programs to its associate degree programs starting this fall. The additional offerings will support hundreds of students across 10 CUNY colleges.

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Dos and Don’ts of Using Data for Student Success

Data usage is growing in student success work. As professionals look to track efficiency and outcomes of their efforts, a new report offers suggestions for creating measurement systems.

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Prioritizing Student Parents

A new certification will acknowledge colleges, universities and organizations that do a particularly good job of serving students with children.

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Virtual One-Stop Connects Students to Success Resources

A recently launched Student Success Hub at Western Michigan University gives students access to their support team and advisers with a click of a button.

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Faculty Approachability Project Promotes Empathy and Connection

A new group connects professors and higher education professionals in search of actionable ways to create relationships with students and improve feedback in courses.

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Student Staff Advisory Board Provides Feedback, Community

The University of Arkansas’ student success center established an advisory board that draws feedback from student workers in the departments housed within the center.

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All in a Day’s Work: 3 Quick Teaching Tips for Today

Here are a few easy-to-implement ideas from readers that can promote student success.

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In Proctoring Debate, Stanford Faculty Takes ‘Nuclear Option’

Proctoring has been banned at Stanford for over a century, but faculty members think an influx in cheating demands a change. They circumvented a student government vote to try to implement proctored exams.