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Many of the challenges associated with finding employment amid a pandemic are more acute for first-generation college students, who may already feel underprepared to navigate the career exploration process. Read this insight to learn how colleges and universities can bolster career support for first-generation students.
In the Fall of 2019, under pressure from the Department of Justice, NACAC members voted to strike several important provisions from the organization’s Code of Ethics and Professional Practice (CEPP). This report offers enrollment leaders a guide to responding to the CEPP changes, in the form of ten recommendations.
Today’s universities are under increasing public pressure to provide career preparation and support economic mobility. Learn how to create more opportunities for applied learning and help students translate between an academic transcript and a career-ready resume.
It can be a challenge to use financial aid strategically to achieve certain institutional goals. Read our Roadmap to discover how to maximize the allocation of financial aid at your college or university to improve access, headcount, tuition revenue, or student success.
Read this brief for strategies to redesign mathematics courses to better support the success of all students.
In this series of roundtables, cabinet leaders will learn about the most influential forces shaping the future of the enrollment landscape and how to craft a strategy to set their institution up for success.
In the age of price-sensitive online shoppers, college websites are the first resource for most applicants seeking financial aid information. Nevertheless, many financial aid webpages bury cost of attendance and scholarship opportunities deep in a series of clicks and financial aid jargon. Confused or frustrated, students may take their college search elsewhere as a result. Reclaim these lost students by tailoring web content to the way today’s college searchers are looking for affordability answers.
Students can’t be expected to achieve academic success or personal wellness until their basic needs are met. Use this Roadmap to learn how student affairs officers can support food and housing security on campus.
While most academic leaders think of advising, academics, or student affairs when thinking about student success, the administrative infrastructure of a campus has an equally key role to play. Read this Roadmap to learn how the right policies, processes, and financial supports form the foundation for a broader student success strategy.
Competition for employment among recent graduates is fiercer than ever and expectations for new hires are high. This study explores opportunities for student affairs departments to help students develop workforce skills outside the classroom.