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Chief diversity officers (CDOs) carry the monumental responsibility of creating meaningful and sustained structural and cultural change at an institution. For CDOs to be effective, they must have direct access to executive leadership, a scaffold of institutional supports, and appropriate staff and financial resources.
EAB’s Meacie Fairfax and Ed Venit discuss equity gaps in higher education and ways the pandemic and recent social unrest threaten to widen those gaps unless universities take swift action.
Determine if your policies and partnerships encourage college access and college readiness by easing the path to transfer in this audit.
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.
The new Title IX rule from the Department of Education has immediate implications for institutions as they try to meet the required changes amid their ongoing coronavirus response. Read 3 considerations to keep in mind during COVID-19.
Students with a low GPA at this university had a graduation rate below 10%. Here's how student success leaders implemented a summer program to not only improve students' academic standing, but also reframe their academic stumble as a learning opportunity.
This audit tool is designed to help you evaluate your institution’s student success strategy so you can tackle immediate and long-term challenges.
Use this brief to learn more about open educational resources and the role they play in increasing student equity.
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.
Melissa Korn from The Wall Street Journal talks about her new book, “Unacceptable,” an in-depth examination of last year’s “Varsity Blues” bribery and admissions scandal.