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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, higher education leaders scrambled to make important decisions about remote campus operations while trying to maintain some academic continuity for their students. Use this resource to reflect on your institution’s COVID-19 response and access guidance and resources to help improve your efforts in that area.
4 ways to engage student activists
In early May, EAB surveyed our career services partners to learn about the challenges they currently face and how they are changing their services to address the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the four key trends we uncovered from the 107 survey responses from public and private institutions located across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
The predicted surge in students opting out of or postponing their freshman year has also led to broad concerns around yielding the fall 2020 class. Given these circumstances, keeping students engaged through virtual programming will be vital for institutions’ long-term success. Through six virtual working groups conducted over the month of April, EAB identified seven key strategies for remote student engagement to help guide your institution’s programming through the summer and early fall.
After campus closed due to the coronavirus crisis, the team at BYU only had three weeks to plan an alternative graduation celebration for their students.
Virtual counseling groups, online red folders, and student reflection pieces: Supporting college student mental health during COVID-19
College students have seen their lives upended as institutions responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. This post spotlights some of the ways universities are supporting their students during this time.
Controversial speakers and events are common flashpoints on campus. Manage the institutional response to these events with this tool, which provides a formal mechanism to promote coordinated, early planning.
Clinical time is an extremely valuable resource, so students and institutions will be well-served to ensure that time is used most efficiently. View this Roadmap for strategies on how to maximize counseling center operations and efficiency.
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About the Collaborative With the 2020 U.S. presidential election around the corner, institution leaders can expect increased student activism and campus unrest. If 2016 is any guide, college campuses will experience an influx of controversial speakers, third party-actors encouraging activism, and challenges to free speech. Is your campus ready for these challenges? The latest wave […]
This session focuses on preparing for controversial campus events, including a Q&A with expert practitioners on tools and practices to mitigate common risks.