Posts tagged: Retention - Diverse


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Assessment and HBCUs: Now it is More Crucial Than Ever

by Britt Spears | November 17, 2020 It is no secret that HBCUs have historically not enjoyed monetary investments from the federal Read more

In the Wake of Disaster, the 2020 Election

by | November 5, 2020
I sit here today writing from the pit of my stomach. I have a dirty little secret. I have only [...] Read more

Going the Distance: COVID-19 Complicates Graduate Student Retention Efforts

by | October 21, 2020
For several decades, research has shown that about half of graduate students leave their progra [...] Read more

$4.2 Million Will Be Distributed to 14 Montana Colleges To Support Low-Income Students

by | August 10, 2020
Fourteen Montana colleges and universities will receive roughly $4.2 million from the Departmen [...] Read more

Inclusive Excellence, Now and Forever: How Predominately White Institutions of Higher Education Can Keep Their Promise to Students of Color

by Will Broussard, Adriel A. Hilton and Henry Morris | May 24, 2020
The impact of COVID-19 and the ensuing health, societal, and financial fallout have been disast [...] Read more

How TMCF is Responding to COVID-19

by Harry L. Williams | April 15, 2020
There is little question that higher education in general, and our historically black colleges [...] Read more

How the U of Minnesota, Twin Cities Doubled Its Retention of Native American Students

by | April 12, 2020
Unable to sleep one night, Dustin Morrow was scrolling through the usual blur of posts and adve [...] Read more

U Michigan’s LSA Debuts New Facility For Transfer Students’ Success

by | January 23, 2020
The University of Michigan College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA) recently debuted a [...] Read more

Two Years After Protests, Evergreen State College Works to Boost Enrollment, Retention

by | January 21, 2020
Like many liberal arts schools, Evergreen State College has faced a drop in enrollment. But the [...] Read more

Study Finds Imposter Syndrome Higher Among First Generation Students

by | January 13, 2020
Imposter syndrome describes the unfounded belief that one is unworthy of his or her accomplishm [...] Read more

Dr. James L. Moore III to Receive APLU Distinguished Service Award

by | October 23, 2019
Dr. James L. Moore III, vice provost for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer at [...] Read more

A Case for Multiracial Student Unions: Embracing Demographic Trends

by Parsana Deoki | October 9, 2019
It is inescapable that the demographics in the United States student population is trending mul [...] Read more

Scholars, Students Share Best Practices at HACU Annual Conference

by | October 6, 2019
College administrators, faculty and students convened at the 33rd annual Hispanic Association o [...] Read more

Nonprofit Aims to Support Latino Students Up Through First Career Job Offer

by | October 3, 2019
Attaining a higher education in the U.S. can be very challenging, especially for those who face [...] Read more

Our Lady of the Lake University Receives $3M to Improve Postgraduate Programs for Hispanic Students

by | October 2, 2019
The United States Department of Education gifted $3 million to Our Lady of the Lake University [...] Read more
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