âMelt,â used to describe students who commit to a college but donât show up for classes, isnât new. But the coronavirus could turn this seasonâs melt into a flood.
As professors become collegesâ primary or even sole point of contact for many students, the faculty role in meeting studentsâ emotional needs will matter more than ever.
Though the coronavirus pandemic is different, the strategies for responding are, in many cases, the same.
College Unbound removes barriers and empowers students to drive the curriculum. But can it succeed on a larger scale? Â
A major investment in undergraduate support, close attention to data, and a shift in the way it allocates resources gave the University of Rhode Island a lot to celebrate.
A pilot federal program embeds guidance counselors in housing projects to help chart studentsâ paths to college. As one of those counselors discovered, sometimes the biggest obstacles are cultural.
A growing movement of college athletes are pressuring their athletic departments to treat mental illness with the same urgency as musculoskeletal injury.