Student Retention

Living In Close Quarters: Campus Housing Crunch At Cornerstone Packs Five Students Into Some Rooms

Although it’s likely a nuisance to some students, the housing crunch was prompted by trends the university is happy to see unfolding: growing enrollment and more students – even upperclassmen – opting to live on campus.

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NaBITA Helps Empower the Spread of Case Management Role in Higher Education With New Initiative

The National Behavioral Intervention Team Association announces its new case management initiative, and invites school and college case managers to explore the resources available from NaBITA.

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Take A Peek Into Dorm Life At UNLV (Yes, UNLV Has Dorms!)

Widely characterized as a commuter campus, campus dorms can accommodate more than 1,300 students

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Goodwin College Program to Help Disadvantaged Female Students

With the help of a $300,000 grant from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, Goodwin College is starting its second formal program to help economically disadvantaged students earn degrees.

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Colleges, Universities Beef Up Offerings To Student Veterans

When Edward Godec began attending Rose State College four years ago, one of his first stops on campus was to the school's veterans affairs office.

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Utah Honors College Moves Into New Home

Utah’s first program to integrate academic and residential life under one roof has tripled enrollment since it became a college in 2002.

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Veterans Face Issues In Higher Education

Veterans or student service members face myriad issues when enrolling in college, experts told the Legislature's Select Committee on Veterans Affairs on Aug. 14.

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U of Wisconsin Research Seeks To Identify Students At Risk

Using data from every mouse click a student makes doing online course work, researchers from three University of Wisconsin institutions hope to identify students at risk of doing poorly and potentially dropping out of school.

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University Of Mobile Implements New Career Development Program

An alumni survey conducted by the university in the fall of 2011, which covered a six-year period, showed that 65 percent of the respondents indicated they had accepted full-time employment upon graduation, according to Kathy Dean, the university’s spokeswoman.

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New Office At UNLV Stands Ready To Serve Veterans Enrolled At School

Ross Bryant’s business card is telling of the kind of outreach he is championing for active military and veteran students attending UNLV this fall.

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