This piece comes to us courtesy of The Hechinger Report.
For the second year in a row, Hispanics will be the largest minority on U.S. college campu...
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There's a whole big world out there off-campus. But we student affairs professionals can easily fall into the trap of myopically only seeing the residence halls and campus centers before us.
I have talked with many parents who feel confused, overwhelmed and bewildered when a student moves away to college.
If you sit in a classroom and never meet the instructor, you will be a number. If you never join an organization, play recreational sports, or volunteer, you will be a number.
Many students enter college misinformed about how to succeed academically. Use this article as a jumping off point to think about the differences between high school and college academics.
The freshman myth results in disenchantment when new college students' academic, social, and personal expectations are not met after arriving at college.
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