Dr. Leona Lopez, director of Veterans and Military Student Services, recalls trying to navigate college as a first-generation Latinx student at Colorado State University Pueblo and then the University of southern Colorado. Without a strong support system, she made decisions that set her back in her studies. She didn’t likeRead More →

The debate over whether President Biden can and should write off trillions in student loan debt is heating up, now that his legislative agenda appears to be running out of steam. Congressional Republicans are already lining up to oppose any further measures to relieve federally-backed student debt borrowers, Rep. VirginiaRead More →

BETHLEHEM, Pa. — The Bethlehem Area School Board on Monday recognized and honored the district’s outgoing Director of Student Services and Minority Affairs, Vivian Robledo. After 23 years serving Bethlehem Public Schools, Robledo will retire from the district and head to a new position as Executive Director of The NextRead More →

by Richard Lakeman, Deb Massey, Dima Nasrawi, Jann Fielden, Marie Hutchinson, Megan Lee, Rosanne Coutts, The Conversation Credit: Shutterstock Student assessments, in the form of anonymous online surveys, are ubiquitous in Australian universities. Most students in most courses have the opportunity to rate the “quality” of their teachers and theRead More →

Kentucky student-athletes involved in agriculture are invited to apply for one of six scholarships and recognition as the 2022 Kentucky Ag Athlete of the Year. The program is a partnership between the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) and the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA). “Athletics and agriculture have aRead More →

After nearly a year of advocacy efforts and watchful waiting on the part of educational associations and other stakeholders, Congress has now confirmed through legislation that institutions can address incentive payment requirements for programs. education administered by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in the same manner asRead More →

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 →

Pursuing higher education has been a vital step in realizing the American Dream since James Truslow Adams coined the expression in 1931. He defined the American dream as the hope for “a better, richer and happier life for all of our citizens of all ranks.” Collectively, however, Americans have rackedRead More →

The fee was introduced by the Australian government to help universities fund student support services such as sports and recreation, child care, accommodation and legal services. You can find out the details of SSAF allocation. Most current and research students at the University are subject to SSAF (including 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 →

Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande said applications would be open for nearly two months. FILE: The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Blade Nzimande, briefing the media on June 30, 2021. Photo: Boikhutso Ntsoko / Eyewitness News JOHANNESBURG – Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande hasRead 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 →

(Bradenton, Florida, August 17, 2021) – Committed to prioritizing and meeting the needs of students, the State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF) has appointed Brittany Nielsen as the new Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management. In conjunction with the President’s Advisory Committee, Nielsen will oversee the development ofRead More →

Samantha mccabe Samantha McCabe, Acting Assistant Dean and Director of International Student Services (ISS), has been selected as Permanent Director of the ISS. His new appointment has been effective since May 1. McCabe has served as Interim Leader since October 2019, leading a team of 15 staff responsible for supportingRead More →

The National Education Policy (NEP) has laid a solid foundation for transformational changes in the education sector. The sector has faced some of the major challenges including access to education, fee structure and e-learning issues. Technically, assessment also measures teachers’ effectiveness in explaining concepts, math, science, vowels in English, etc.Read More →

While international students may pay the most to attend the University of Wisconsin, they are often relegated to the fringes when it comes to addressing their most pressing concerns, especially in the midst of the pandemic. As such, in the search for a new Director to lead International Student Services,Read More →

Former Troy University student and administrator Sohail Agboatwala has been appointed the University’s Acting Senior Vice Chancellor for Student Services and Administration effective May 1, according to Dr Jack Hawkins, Jr. ., chancellor. Agboatwala, Vice Chancellor for International Programs, will follow Dr John Schmidt, who is retiring on April 30Read More →

JONESBORO, Ark. – The U.S. Department of Education awarded Arkansas State University a $1.5 million grant over five years to continue funding student retention and completion initiatives . According to a press release sent Thursday by Arkansas State University, the grant funds the Student Support Services (SSS) program, which promotesRead More →

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Seton Hall University’s Division of Student Services a grant that will benefit 140 low-income, first-generation, or disabled students pursuing an undergraduate degree. The proposal, titled Student Support Services Program at Seton Hall, has been approved for a commitment of $1,300,584 over the nextRead More →

The painful art of cutting a college or university’s budget—often in an effort to protect core academic programs while choosing which support services to cut—may have become a little more difficult. A forthcoming working paper by Cornell University graduate student Douglas Webber and Ronald Ehrenberg, director of the Cornell HigherRead More →