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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.
4 ways to engage student activists
The impact of COVID-19 has forced many colleges and universities to recreate orientation in a virtual format and decide how to use an important component of successful orientations: student orientation leaders. This insight outlines strategies to empower your orientation leaders to build community and engagement for incoming students in the new remote environment.
Restrictions on travel and large gatherings has led to institutions making seismic changes to orientation programming. Student affairs and enrollment leaders can use these resources as a guide through the transition to virtual orientation, and access best practices from peer institutions.
After campus closed due to the coronavirus crisis, the team at BYU only had three weeks to plan an alternative graduation celebration for their students.
Virtual counseling groups, online red folders, and student reflection pieces: Supporting college student mental health during COVID-19
College students have seen their lives upended as institutions responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. This post spotlights some of the ways universities are supporting their students during this time.
Controversial speakers and events are common flashpoints on campus. Manage the institutional response to these events with this tool, which provides a formal mechanism to promote coordinated, early planning.
Clinical time is an extremely valuable resource, so students and institutions will be well-served to ensure that time is used most efficiently. View this Roadmap for strategies on how to maximize counseling center operations and efficiency.
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About the Collaborative With the 2020 U.S. presidential election around the corner, institution leaders can expect increased student activism and campus unrest. If 2016 is any guide, college campuses will experience an influx of controversial speakers, third party-actors encouraging activism, and challenges to free speech. Is your campus ready for these challenges? The latest wave […]
This session focuses on preparing for controversial campus events, including a Q&A with expert practitioners on tools and practices to mitigate common risks.