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Student affairs teams are on the front lines of institutional responses to COVID-19, and that means they are facing exacerbated urgency to rapidly adjust policies. Use this guide to review and assess past efforts to ensure your division is well-positioned to serve your campus in the future.
To help clarify the evolving landscape, EAB has reviewed Title IX policies from the last three presidential administrations as well as legal scholarship to identify significant changes and hypothesize what comes next.
EAB gathered chief human resource officers and senior facilities officers from 24 institutions to discuss return-to-work policies. Read this expert insight for the takeaways on what makes a more flexible work policy effective and how these changes might impact space utilization and employee engagement.
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.
Use the competency-based hiring to identify qualified transferable-skills candidates and attract them to your open positions.
Determine if your policies and partnerships encourage college access and college readiness by easing the path to transfer in this audit.
As the cost of higher education has risen in the United States, more students are experiencing increased financial stress while pursuing their degree. Review the following two-page overviews to better understand the impact of food insecurity and textbook costs on the student experience, as well as learn new strategies from other institutions on how to best address these concerns.
First-year students face unique academic and social barriers during their transition to campus, which can hinder their retention. This resource profiles first-year experience (FYE) programs,including first-year seminars, living learning communities, and mentor programs. Additionally, it looks at program development and evaluation, staffing, and student and faculty engagement.
The behavioral intervention team (BIT) at Central Michigan University (CMU), called the Care Team, wanted to formalize their responsibilities to increase efficacy and reach to students in need of mental health support services.
Read this brief for strategies to redesign mathematics courses to better support the success of all students.