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Student Affairs Forum

Our Student Affairs Forum is designed to help leaders in this field navigate this rapidly evolving landscape, with research, resources, and strategies that will empower you and your team to accelerate cross-institutional initiatives and make progress toward key goals. We provide guidance on the following areas:

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"I want to spend my time…boots on the ground, serving my community. So what EAB provides me is the relief to be able to do that."

Mamta Accapadi, Vice President for Student Affairs, Rollins College

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Faculty can play an important role in student mental health by acknowledging mental health challenges and promoting and being liaisons to support resources. But, while nearly eight out of ten professors had a 1-on-1 conversation with a student about mental health during the last year, less than 30 percent of faculty members said they have received training from their institutions to have such discussions.

Students appreciate—and now expect—the flexibility that virtual services provide, but these experiences don’t always live up to students’ expectations. Discover why colleges and universities should adopt a user experience perspective to improve virtual student services.

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