Higher ed institutions are offering more flexible schedules to accommodate the needs of today’s college students, who are often working adults. Options include late-start courses, mini-semesters, and block schedules that allow undergrads to enroll in just one course at a time.
The problem of food insecurity on college campuses has caught the attention of Congress, where new pending legislation would make it easier to collect data on food and housing insecurity and connect hungry college students with resources to help solve the issue.
The expo hall at UB Tech® 2019 provided multiple opportunities for attendees to have one-on-one discussions with numerous vendors to learn how specific products and services could benefit their colleges or universities.
Linda Wanless will share how other colleges and universities can create their own engaging learning environment and build a new pedagogical approach during her presentation at UB Tech® 2019, to be held on Tuesday, June 11, in Orlando.