First-generations college students come to college with a myriad of issues that make their transition into predominantly White institutions of higher education difficult. First Generation Access programs are effective in…
Catch up on this week’s trending student affairs and higher ed news including proposed legislation seeking to improve access and completion; decreasing median incomes are linked to an increased in Pell Grant recipients; top evidence-based programs at increasing Latino student success; an examination of increased enrollment at HBCU’s; and navigating #NASPA17 as a new professional from one of NASPA’s newest professionals.
JM Alatis, NASPA\'s Training Coordinator, reflects on his first few months delivering the freshly updated Certified Peer Educator (CPE) curriculum at campuses across the country.
Catch up on this week’s trending student affairs and higher ed news including the growing debate as the national anthem protest movement spreads to college athletics rank; gains in minority grad student enrollments; holding up data as a mirror; the future for ITT Tech’s students and their debt; a glimpse into what students really think; and one NASPA leader challenges us to do better when it come to Greek Life.
Kathy Cavins-Tull, Vice President for Student Affairs at Texas Christian University, advocates for rethinking our approach related to Greek Life on campus in order to further develop environments that support student success.
Catch up on this week’s trending student affairs and higher ed news including why making college free isn’t enough for first-generation students; tweeting your way to tenure; a primer on the present and future of alternative credentials; why the presidential election matters for immigrant students; and a FLSA resource for SA pros.