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5 Ways to Engage and Support Students Online During COVID-19 and Beyond
Title IX Resources
Interstate Passport: Streamlining Transfer for Increased Student Success
Online Learning Reconsidered
My Experience Completing a Doctorate Program
Statement on ICE Guidance on International Students and Online Learning
Integrating & Assessing Service and Civic Learning into the Curriculum & Co-Curriculum
Online Learning Reconsidered – Part II
Living, Learning & Leading through L3: A First-Year Leadership Learning Community
Learning Communities and Student Affairs: Partnering for Powerful Learning
JCC Welcomes Barbara Jacoby as Contributing Editor
Re-Envisioning Work in Uncertain Times: A Focus on Small Victories
Student Inclusion on College Campuses: Eliminating the Barriers for Students with Disabilities
Civic Religious Pluralism Needs Many Anchors on Campus
Strengthening External Relations in the Classroom
How Mental Health Impacts Scholarship Recipient Degree Attainment and Financial Aid Eligibility
About Student Affairs
Department of Education Updates to Online Programs
Setting the Stage for the College Experience: Biology Bootcamp Facilitates the Transition from High School to College
Hoops and Hurdles of Financial Aid
Three Needs to Consider When Researching Doctoral Programs
Why Am I Not an Expert in Anything?
My Journey as a Doctoral Student
Standing Up a Veterans’ Service Center on Campus... in 2020
Taking the Long Way Home: The Retelling of a Highly Non-traditional Journey to Student Affairs
Decisions Matter: Using a Decision-Making Framework with Contemporary Student Affairs Case Studies
Professionals & Faculty
Working Full-Time, Attending Grad School Full Time, and a Pandemic: How I Survived the Journey
Preparing for the 2020 Legislative Session