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COVID-19 and the long-overdue racial reckoning in the U.S. have brought mental health to the top of university priority lists and shifted how leaders approach campus well-being. Here are three critical realizations we’ve identified that sparked a transformation in the way campus leaders are addressing mental health.
Mental health has consistently topped the list of presidential concerns through the pandemic. ACE surveyed presidents on multiple occasions across the last year, and each time, mental health has garnered the number one spot – above long-term financial viability and enrollment numbers.
Explore takeaways that will help you better explore new international opportunities in higher ed and expand existing transnational collaborations.
Leaders at K-12 school districts—who already battle public scrutiny and decision fatigue—are forced to rethink their operating models amid the pandemic and can’t afford to make uninformed choices. Access our checklists with key leadership decisions and evidence-based recommendations for virtual, in-person, and hybrid school districts.
EAB’s researchers have taken a deep dive into the past decade of data on program enrollments and degree conferrals.
2020 created a perfect storm to expedite the evolution of digital student activism. Students are innovating to find virtual replacements for some of the essential functions of in-person activism: building support for a cause, demonstrating urgency, and amplifying unrepresented voices.
Numerous institutions have already announced tuition discounts, from Williams College to Hampton University. Campus activity and athletic fees will become easy targets, since students will lack access to campus amenities that those fees subsidize. Some institutions are also considering the elimination of online fees.
In the face of long-term stress and uncertainty, here's what can higher ed leaders do to support their staff and students.
To help VPEMs and their teams navigate this newly test-optional landscape, our analysts looked at the extent to which students are taking advantage of test-optional opportunities. We also considered what institutions can do to make sure test-optional policies support, rather than confuse, students and their families during this already confusing time.
A senior representative from Quest Diagnostics discusses the current state of COVID-19 testing on college campuses, explains why testing protocols vary so widely, and offers a glimpse of new and better tests schools could be using soon.