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Kutztown University library on the first day of classes for fall 2023

Funding Student Success: Investing in Experiential Learning

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.

Weekly Wisdom | Interview with Rio Salado College President Kate Smith

Get inspired by this incredible conversation about leadership with Rio Salado College President Kate Smith

Outdoor view of campus and signage for Grand Rapids Community College

Michigan Inches Toward College Attainment Goal

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer set an ambitious goal for the state to boost college attainment by more than 10 percent by 2030. There's been some progress, but the plan has a long way to go.

A phone screen with a map of the UNC campus traced over by a dotted line connecting a pin to a vehicle

Scaling Up: Affordable Transport for Off-Campus Mental Health Care

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.

Colorado College on a blue sky day

Pulling Back the Veil on Disciplines

Colorado College reimagined its first-year experience courses to teach students about the basics of a liberal arts education, the differences between disciplines, and writing for creating and communicating. 

Woodburn Hall at West Virginia University.

A Liberal Education in Name Only

A liberal arts education means something, and colleges that slash programs should stop using the term in their promises to students, Christopher A. Snyder writes.

A stone building with a wooden door topped by a cross on Franciscan University of Steubenville's campus.

A Catholic University Welcome Mat for Jewish Students Feeling Embattled

As tensions over the Israel-Hamas conflict play out on college campuses, an Ohio university offers expedited transfers for students dealing with antisemitism.