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Achieving the Dream Convening Highlights Student Success

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

ORLANDO— Achieving the Dream (ATD), the national reform network of more than 300 community colleges committed to increasing student success, kicked off its annual convening this week showcasing the powerful narrative of its member institutions. Embedded in its work is a concentrated focus on equity and inclusion.

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Workgroup Offers 13 Recommendations to Advance CSU Student Success

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Student success experts have prescribed potential solutions to declining Black student enrollment and retention numbers in California’s public universities in a recent report published by The California State University (CSU) Office of the Chancellor. strategies that directly support Black student success; 2.)

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Partnership Focuses on Enhancing Student Success Coaching Program

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) is looking to enhance its student success coaching program as its student demographics change. And it is partnering with student coaching non-profit InsideTrack to do so.

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Diversity Abroad Conference Focuses on Inclusive Student Success

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Centering student equity and pushing institutions to be more intentional in building inclusive student success, is a central part of the five-day convening. “The “There’s work as a field, as a sector that we have to do in order to ensure that equitably, our numbers are rebounding.”

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Five Questions That College Leaders Should Be Asking to Improve Student Success in 2024

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

To better serve these learners, institutions must build programs for the busy adults and first-generation students who make up significant and growing shares of today’s college population. Institutions must respect this reality by maximizing flexibility for learners and structure their programs to promote student success.

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Measuring What Matters in Student Success

IHEP Institute for Higher Education Policy

ED’s latest Postsecondary Student Success Grant Program application includes performance measures recommended by IHEP research By Jessica Vivar Earning a college degree is the best path to turning career aspirations into a successful livelihood and financially secure, fulfilling life.

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Oregon Higher Ed Commission Approves Student Success-Centric Funding Model for Community Colleges

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Ben Cannon This new approach – approved by Oregon’s Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) – is a student-focused distribution model that allocates a portion of money to support Oregon’s community college student success and equity.