College students need and want the skills and knowledge to succeed in the workplace, yet they often avoid career centers. Why is that?
Interest driven learning is not a new revelation in the educational field. For years now, teachers have been using student interest when deciding on novels and texts to read in the classroom or when constructing lesson plans, but what does
This article by Teach.com, a comprehensive guide on careers in education, will explore the topic of navigating the undergraduate enrollment challenges of today. The higher education landscape is constantly evolving, influenced by generational trends, the economy, politics, and demographics. As guidance
Higher Education faces steep challenges in meeting the needs of students and supporting persistence and completion. Today’s students are often faced with hundreds of choices of majors or programs to pursue, which can often be overwhelming. Guidance is necessary to
If you work in education, chances are, you’re concerned about graduation rates. After all, this is one of the most important metrics by which to measure the merits of your institution. One of your primary goals is likely to get
This article by Omar Romandia, Student Services Specialist for the ACE Program, will explore the topic of improving college completion rates. What comes to mind when you think of education? Do you picture an eager child making his/her way into
As a counselor or advisor, you desire to offer the best resources available for your students. You spend numerous hours in your office helping students by providing them with the tools necessary to succeed. One of the most important resources
Clarifying the difference between undeclared and undecided students is important, but their commonality is even more telling to current trends. Undeclared students know the major they want but have not yet completed the admissions prerequisites for their program, whereas undecided