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Our Student Affairs Forum is designed to help leaders in this field navigate this rapidly evolving landscape, with research, resources, and strategies that will empower you and your team to accelerate cross-institutional initiatives and make progress toward key goals. We provide guidance on the following areas:
We harness the collective power of 1,500 schools, colleges, and universities to uncover proven solutions and transformative insights. And since complex problems require multifaceted solutions, we work with each institution differently to apply these insights through a customized blend of research, technology, and services.
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Hear Rollins College’s Mamta Accapadi discuss how she trusts EAB’s researchers to provide insights about trends in student affairs, letting her focus on serving her campus community.
About the Webconference Data shows that today’s students are more inclined to activism than many in recent generations. Student affairs divisions have a pivotal role in identifying potential activists, educating students about effective activism, and facilitating community dialogue around tough issues that activists bring forward.In this webconference, we will discuss how institutions can map educational […]
About the Webconference Colleges and universities have long been hot spots for social justice movements, but they were caught by surprise by the latest upswing of student activism. Today’s activists are well organized and persistent and student affairs divisions play an important role in helping their institution be prepared for today’s activists. In this webconference, […]
This session focuses on preparing for controversial campus events, including a Q&A with expert practitioners on tools and practices to mitigate common risks.
In this on-demand webconference, EAB explores the tactics institutions are using to enhance students’ ability to bounce back from setbacks and thrive on campus.
About the Webconference Even the most enthusiastic Guided Pathways supporters admit that creating student-centric course schedules can be difficult on a campus where schedules are traditionally set according to faculty preferences. However, in order for colleges to truly support students on their path to completion, leaders must ensure students are able to enroll in essential […]