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AAC&U has selected nineteen higher education institutions to host new, community-integrated TRHT Campus Centers to help prepare the next generation of leaders and thinkers to dismantle the false belief in a hierarchy of human value and to address racialized practices in our communities.
Amid a pandemic, recession, and moment of racial reckoning, twenty community colleges have transformed their academic pathways and approaches to supporting students. This free ebook, Paths to Success: How Community Colleges Are Strengthening Guided Pathways to Ensure Students Are Learning, features narratives, best practices, and suggestions from campus leaders.
A new report from AAC&U and the Center for University Excellence at American University explores how prepared campuses are to support students amid the COVID-19 pandemic and rising national polarization. The report reveals campus leaders’ priorities, including support for students’ well-being, financial needs, and mental health—while downplaying concerns for campus unrest and student protests.
Civic Learning and Democracy Engagement (CLDE), a coalition formed by AAC&U and other higher education and student success groups, is committed to ensuring that all college students engage with public problems and gain civic, historical, global, and intercultural knowledge. Dozens of partner organizations have signed the CLDE pledge to ensure equitable more
The integrity of the college degree is in peril. AAC&U and the International Center for Academic Integrity are cohosting a virtual symposium, “Renewing the Legitimacy of Learning,” on October 21–22 to explore practical strategies for teaching faculty, information technology leaders, and students to curb recent spikes in honor code violations.