As an educator or counselor, you know that students need personalized guidance for career readiness, course selection, and so much more. We compiled a list of resources so you can continue to help your students make informed career decisions based on their unique interests and personality types.
Student-ready institutions must cultivate and maintain ongoing, full-service student support systems. This post offers examples of a few colleges and universities that are already making the right changes.
Many college students are at risk of dropping out. This post explores two common reasons at-risk students withdraw – and what institutions can do to improve persistence.
As higher education leaders learn to prioritize student persistence over retention, they’ll need to pay close attention to what drives persistence. Here are four reasons college students might persist in their education.
At colleges and universities, high retention rates are viewed as markers of institutional success. But this quantitative data ignores the nuances of students’ circumstances. Instead, persistence must be prioritized. Here’s why.
Historically, colleges and universities have focused on whether incoming students are college-ready. But what if colleges and universities looked at it from a different angle and asked: “Is our institution student-ready?”
Mental health problems continue to run rampant for college students. This post shows what several higher education institutions are doing to support student wellness.
Mental health problems are common among college students. Here are six ideas colleges and universities can use to positively impact students’ well-being.
More than 60% of college students struggle with mental health issues – and it’s especially troubling for non-white races and ethnicities. Colleges and universities are in a unique position to help move things in a different direction.