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What Supports Latino Student Success? 

Degree completion rates among Hispanic and Latino students have stagnated. In response, college leaders are investing in specific interventions for Latino learners.

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Study: Housing Assistance Boosted Graduation for Homeless Learners

New analysis from Education Northwest finds housing support for homeless community college students in Washington state helped with completion rates among participants.

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Students’ Perception of Education Quality Tied to Feelings of Belonging

A new report from Gallup and the Lumina Foundation found a correlation between how students judge their academic program and their relationships to their institution and its members.

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Colorado Bill Seen as Model for Improving Credit Transfer

The measure, passed on a bipartisan basis, would guarantee that more courses count toward students’ majors and require transparency on colleges’ transfer activity.

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How to Create an In-House Coaching Program

For college leaders considering establishing student success coaching within their institution, InsideTrack offers best practices and three resources for further work.

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Success Program Launch: Eliminating the Digital Divide

A new initiative at Morton College loans students MacBook or iPads for educational and personal use to close equity gaps for full-time students.

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Stress, Cost of Higher Ed Remain Greatest Threats to Student Persistence

Three national surveys published in the past month identify student anxiety as the greatest challenge in their educational pursuits, and the greatest threat to their retention.

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Student Success Champion: Q&A With Ruthie (Teri) Little-Berry, University of the District of Columbia

Little-Berry discusses her career in student success, the needs of today’s learners and her goals for her new role at UDC.