Student services

Colleges work to inform undocumented students about deferred action

The Obama administration's policy to allow work permits for some students whose parents came to the U.S. illegally may have little direct impact on higher education, but colleges are helping students pursue the new status.

More colleges pushing internships in liberal arts

Opportunities for students in the liberal arts typically aren't the focus of college internship programs, but that may be changing -- and for good reason, experts say.

Georgia college to give students free textbooks

South Georgia Technical College will give students free texts starting this fall.

More colleges have programs for military and veteran students, ACE survey shows

Many more colleges either have or aspire to create services dedicated to student veterans and active-duty military members, according to a survey. But institutions also say budgets are an issue.

CAmpus Market EXpo (CAMEX)

Thu, 02/21/2013 to Tue, 02/26/2013


301 W 13th St # 100
Kansas City , Missouri
United States

Looking back on a rocky few years, college health officials ponder what's next

Campus health centers are being hammered by unusual circumstances as they struggle to stay afloat financially. A way forward, while unclear, is imminent, health officials said at a conference last week.

Study: Grad students need more career guidance

Study says colleges, industry and government share responsibility for readying graduate students for careers inside and outside the academy.

TFA's 8th Annual Student Retention & Recruitment Workshop

Mon, 07/16/2012 to Thu, 07/19/2012


222 Saint Paul Place Tremont Plaza Hotel & Grand Historic Venue
Baltimore , Maryland 21202
United States

Early Alert & Intervention

Thu, 04/05/2012

EMchat: Retention Programs

Thu, 02/16/2012


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