Serving the Students of the Pandemic: Community College Presidential Roundtable

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Serving the Students of the Pandemic: Community College Presidential Roundtable

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As COVID-19 continues to disrupt higher ed, community college leaders across the country are faced with the difficult task of helping their students navigate the financial, technological, and health-related challenges of attending college during a pandemic. Precipitous declines in summer and early fall enrollments are a testament to the enormity of these challenges and the task ahead for community colleges.

In this presidential roundtable, we will focus on the key strategic challenges facing community college executives, drawing from partner experiences, industry lessons and EAB research expertise. We will also discuss the unique role of a president in creating a culture of resilience and holistic student support, offering lessons from four-year and K12 leaders.

This interactive session will offer the opportunity to ask questions, share insights, and workshop existing challenges with peers and EAB research experts.

Sessions

Use the drop-down in the banner above to register for one of the sessions. Sessions are limited to Presidents, Chancellors, and Chief Executive Officers. Registration for each session is limited to one attendee per institution.

  • Wednesday, December 2 | 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time
  • Thursday, December 3 | 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time

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