Students who have access to active learning opportunities, receive frequent and intentional academic advising, and utilize support services are more likely to feel that they belong at their college or university, according to new research from Tyton Partners.
The study, Listening to Learners 2023, focuses on what colleges can do to create inclusive and supportive campuses that enable all students to thrive.
It’s not easy to be a single parent, but going to college at the same time can be a different challenge altogether.
In this video, Millibel Cotto and Courtney Bleier describe what it’s like to be single mothers as they pursue their degrees—and how Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York, is giving them the support, resources, and confidence to cross the finish line.
Much has changed since the coronavirus pandemic shuttered campuses in early 2020. The pandemic disrupted the next two school years and even posed some challenges during the most recent one. But authorities declared the public health emergency over last spring.
Yet the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that COVID-related hospitalizations and deaths nationwide were trending upward in late August. And new evidence of campus infections is emerging.
It’s hard to get exact figures on how many New Hampshire college students are experiencing homelessness. In part, that’s because homelessness in general is difficult to measure. It could look like anything from residing in a shelter to sleeping on a friend’s couch.
Financial hardship, food insecurity, and homelessness are shaping the college experience of students across the country. Two New Hampshire students, Kadyja Harris and Celene Johns-Thomas, share their story.