Explore the implications of SCOTUS decisions on Affirmative Action and their impact on the future of university diversity in this insightful podcast discussion.
What does your institution need to improve to ensure you are providing the best ROI for students and in turn, financial stability for your institution?
Although a for-profit institution, Post University employs a unique and effective two-fold approach to ensure graduates are career-ready with lifelong learning skills that “not-for-profit” universities can emulate on their campuses.
Higher education institutions need to address financial barriers, provide transparent information, enhance support systems, foster a sense of belonging, align with students’ values, and adapt to the changing needs of students to overcome enrollment and retention challenges.
As higher ed faces enrollment challenges, fostering diverse pathways for first-gen students becomes crucial. Dr. Drumm McNaughton’s podcast features Dr. Marielena DeSanctis, President of Community College of Denver, discussing innovative solutions based on her unique K-12 to community college leadership insights. She emphasizes essential K-12 partnerships for first-gen support and advocates for a family-oriented approach. Addressing orientation, graduation, and credit transfer, Dr. DeSanctis sheds light on vital issues in higher education equity.
It’s taking students longer than previous generations to land a good job. That’s the subject of discussion in this podcast with Dr. Artem Gulish and Kathryn Peltier Campbell. Artem is a senior policy strategist and research faculty member at the Center on Education and the Workforce (CEW) at Georgetown University.
Jayson Boyers is part of a new breed of higher education leaders who come from the business world. When Boyers was working with a financial services company, he decided to work with mentoring young people. He got involved with a program, then became its educational director, helping highly at-risk youth get into college.