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3 Ways to Boost Student Survey Response Rates

In order to continually support and engage students, post-secondary institutions must be receptive to their needs and input. Unfortunately, traditional…

Making Higher Education (Modern) Family-Friendly

Post-secondary institutions boast diverse campus communities, comprised of students, staff, and faculty of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. Their uniqueness…

International Students: Expectations vs. Reality

Much like the devices they tote around in their pockets, post-secondary students are becoming increasingly mobile; seeking out opportunities to…

Missions Matter.

When I was completing my MBA, one of the most common questions put forward by professors and business leaders was:…

The Power to Change is What Drives Students to Get Involved

Why do students volunteer for student organizations or student government? For most students, they get involved because they want to enact change. As student affairs professionals, it’s important that we support our students’ drive for change as best we can.

How to Get Students Involved with Student Organizations

When it comes to getting students engaged the personal appeal from an involved party, whether it be a student, alum, or administrator, often works best. Don’t be afraid to be personal with your students. Direct communication can drastically improve your attendance numbers.

How To Engage Students by Defining Student Engagement

Promote engagement by: connecting students with their classmates by encouraging collaboration through study sessions; making campus services, department heads and the administration easily accessible to any student who needs information or help, creating and effectively communicating social events that foster social networking such as club fairs, concert events and game nights.

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