Institution Type: Community College
EAB’s Financial Performance Collaborative will help you safeguard future spending or fund emerging priorities through resource allocation savings.
Your student loan payments are due: 3 strategies to support community college students’ financial wellness
While loan payments will continue to be stalled for students actively enrolled at your institution, there are a number of ways they could negatively impact your students—and your retention rates—today. Fortunately, there are ways community colleges can proactively assist students facing financial hardships and help them stay on the path to timely (and affordable) completion.
Lately, it seems like every campus is talking about the adult learner market and how to attract, recruit, and support this elusive student population.
Discover three “quick win” ideas for adapting student success technology to support a broader range of student needs.
Guests discuss Germanna Community College’s innovative approach to unifying the student onboarding experience and share advice for other community college leaders looking to do the same.
New features will automate routine tasks, freeing college and university advisors to provide more personalized support to students.
Campus leaders need a compelling employee value proposition to attract and retain top talent, given higher ed’s weaker competitive position on pay.
Experts share insights on how financial aid professionals are adapting to the recent SCOTUS ruling on affirmative action.
Colleges and universities are playing a larger role in helping students access basic needs supports, challenging stigmas, and normalizing support seeking behavior. As we start the semester, now is the time for community colleges to double down on creating a basic needs infrastructure so students can receive support before they are at risk of stopping out.
In a recent podcast conversation with my colleague Christina Hubbard, Generation Hope’s founder and CEO Nicole Lynn Lewis emphasizes the importance of supporting and valuing student-parents. Read on for insights from their conversation and Lewis’s advice for higher ed leaders.