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The continued spread of COVID-19 has forced many institutions to rethink their fall plans, and as a result of this an increasingly larger portion of the course catalog will likely be taught remotely. This represents a large shift in fall strategy that institutional leaders now need to prepare for in a limited amount of time.
To help students graduate, institutions must do more than rely on the traditional once-per-semester advising appointment—they need to send timely communications that prompt students to complete required tasks. Learn how to refine student communications and promote unit coordination in this toolkit.
As the racial justice protests unfolded in spring 2020, many colleges and universities released statements of support and acknowledged the need for further action on campus. Examine survey responses from 50 student affairs leaders on top-of-mind concerns regarding fall 2020 and supporting student activists.
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Academic leaders must determine how to offer high-quality teaching and learning in multiple modalities as safely as possible.
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