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Supporting Students Financially Across the Student Lifecycle

Financial factors have always been a key component in students’ initial college choice and likelihood of success While many students were already facing significant financial burdens prior to the pandemic,

Supporting Students Financially Across the Student Lifecycle for Regional Institutions

Financial factors have always been a key component in students’ initial college choice and likelihood of success. While many students were already facing significant financial burdens prior to the pandemic,

Research and Services

Student Mental Health & Well-Being Collaborative

EAB’s Mental Health Collaborative will bring 30 university partners together to advance student mental health support on their campus.

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Building an Effective University Infrastructure

This report explores how to establish a robust campus infrastructure to address sexual violence.

Responding to Students of Concern

In the wake of tragedies on several campuses across the U.S., many institutions formed interdisciplinary behavioral intervention teams (BITs) to support and track students of concern. In this study, we identify best practices for expanding the referral network and streamlining the information gathering and tracking process.

Websites

This section of the Sexual Violence Prevention Resource Hub contains online centers that provide research, resources, training, and tools on sexual violence prevention, response, policy, and legislative requirements.

Quick Reads

You removed the statue—now what?

Education leaders share three lessons on addressing historical legacies of racism on campus.

5 Components of Student Belonging

Students’ sense of belonging on campus is one of the top factors in their retention and persistence. Through a review of academic literature and conversations with university leaders, EAB has broken down student belonging into five specific, defined components—each with specific best practices that leaders can put in place.

Three innovations to help college students build community, resilience, and belonging

In EAB’s conversations with campus leaders about students’ sense of belonging and connectedness, three innovative strategies emerged.

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Access the mental health resource center

Explore resources, insights, and on-demand webinars to help you support student mental health and well-being on your campus.

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Student Affairs Forum

Equipping student affairs officers with the research, resources and strategies to navigate a range of challenges associated with campus climate, metal health, diversity, student performance, and more.

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