Black students offered Nearpeer to connect with others at California State University, Northridge were nearly 17% more likely to enroll, complete their first year and return in fall 2023 for the new academic year, according to a report.
With HEERF funding in the rearview mirror, community colleges that have historically served the nation's most underresourced populations are getting creative to keep their at-risk students from stopping out and regain those lost due to finances.
Students from the American College of Education (ACE) earn nearly $20 for every dollar invested and 87% of graduates don't graduate with debt, according to Lightcast, a global leader in labor market analytics.
Colleges left and right are facing investigations, legal battles, lawsuits and monetary penalties for issues relating to their accessibility compliance thanks to stricter enforcement from the DOJ and DOE.
Free speech advocates' calls to uphold open debate on college campuses is intersecting with a rise in verbal and physical violence against Jewish and Muslim students. Who can leaders rely on to help revive civil dialogue?
Colleges striving to create career-conscious students are faltering, and all stakeholders are responsible, according to a whitepaper by WGU Labs, an affiliate of Western Governors University working to improve student outcomes.
Antisemitic incidents in the U.S. have increased 388% since Oct. 7, compared to the same time last year, according to the Anti-Defamation League. Much of this activity has occurred at some of the nation's most well-regarded institutions.
The University of Pennsylvania's Eidos LGBTQ+ Health initiative empowers all stakeholders to address the cultural gaps in healthcare that preclude its professionals from adequately caring for a growing demographic of the U.S. population.