Newswise – Michael Vega, Rutgers School of Public Health’s Assistant Dean for Student and Alumni Services, received the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) Student Services Award for Excellence 2022. In her role, Vega oversees counseling, student support, career counseling services, student programs, conduct and alumni relations.Read More →

The Child and Family Research Center and the First-Generation Student Center for Student Services have partnered to develop the Child Care Access Means Parents in School program, known as CCAMPIS through a grant funded by the US Department of Education. Through this new program, student parents attending the University ofRead More →

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is currently holding consultations with stakeholders on the proposed eligibility criteria and conditions for the entry into force of the financial aid from the 2022 academic year. According to the NSFAS, certain transitional arrangements would be implemented in 2023. In a statement releasedRead More →

Alamance Community College (ACC) held a groundbreaking ceremony for the school’s new $ 6.7 million student service center on Friday, October 22. The new 12,203-square-foot two-story building will house the community college’s admissions and financial services, the registrar’s office and the office of the vice-president of student success under oneRead More →

Through Hub staff report / Posted September 14, 2021 Johns Hopkins University has established a new office to oversee a centralized, modernized and integrated student services operation, a key step in improving the overall experience for students, staff and faculty at Hopkins. The Student Enrollment and Account Management Office, orRead More →

August 27, 2021 Email phishing scams targeting students with off-campus job offers and financial aid. Posted in: Announcements, Featured News, Safety Over the past two weeks, we’ve seen an increase in the number of email phishing scams targeting students with off-campus jobs, financial aid, and more. These emails often masqueradeRead More →

KINGSTON, RI – August 26, 2021 – The University of Rhode Island has appointed Jean Nsabumuremyi, director of the TRIO Educational Opportunity Center at Idaho State University, as the new director of the Multicultural Student Services Center. It starts at the URI on September 1. Nsabumuremyi has served as theRead More →

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – As local coronavirus cases decline and vaccines become more widely available, Lake Tahoe Community College is bringing back limited in-person student services and face-to-face classes to campus in days and weeks. coming weeks. “Our students have let us know for many months how much theyRead More →

Miami, March 15, 2021- Miami Dade College (MDC) Eduardo J. Padrón Campus will hold an inauguration ceremony for its recently renovated student services area and scientific laboratory on Tuesday March 30 at 11:30 a.m. MDC President Madeline Pumariega, Provost Marshal Dr Malou Harrison and Padrón Campus President Dr Alanka BrownRead More →

Home> Press Releases> Enrollment Services Provides Georgia Southern Students with a Central Hub for Student Services March 10, 2021 Enrollment Services, a central hub dedicated to helping students make the connection when it comes to the enrollment process, now has two walk-in service centers at Georgia Southern University. Located inRead More →

By Chelsea Collins AMERICUS — Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) is set to open its newly renovated, $3.4 million Student Services Building later this month. Hurricane students will now be able to access essential student registration services under one roof at the one-stop-shop, with the new official name of CanesRead More →

WILLMAR — Ridgewater College has received a five-year, $1.37 million extension of a federal grant for TRIO Student Support Services. The U.S. Department of Education grant will be used by TRIO to work with low-income students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities. The grant is 3.5% higher than the program’sRead More →

Two elevator permits have expired since June 2019 in the Mesa Humanities and Multicultural Sciences Building (G Building) and Student Services Center (I-400), respectively, as confirmed by the Industrial Relations Department of the State of California. Both permits indicate that the last inspection date was June 8, 2018 and expireRead More →

Two public colleges and 46 private, nonprofit colleges spent more than $10,000 per full-time equivalent student on student services in 2017-18. A portion of student services expenditure funds activities designed to support the emotional and physical well-being of students and to encourage their intellectual, cultural, and social development outside ofRead More →

After the University of Wisconsin system made efforts last year to turn the state’s two-year UW Colleges and Extension programs into satellite institutions of the system’s four-year universities, officials now say that many New investments are needed for student support services during this transition period. According to The Associated Press,Read More →