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Students Say Mental-Health Breaks From Class Help Them Succeed. Here’s How Colleges Are Responding.

Eric Enriquez is a determined student. But some days, his mental-health challenges make it difficult for him to participate in class.“There are some...

Trauma and Social Anxiety Are Growing Mental-Health Concerns for College Students

Trauma and social anxiety are both increasing among college students seeking on-campus mental-health treatment, according to a new report from the Center for...

Want to Close Racial Gaps in College Enrollment? Improve Academic Preparation, a New Study Says.

Racial and gender-based disparities in college-going rates disappear when students receive similar levels of academic preparation in high school, according to a new...

Colleges Are Investing in Student Mental Health. But ‘There’s Still a Long Way to Go,’ Survey Finds.

Though colleges are taking steps to address students’ mental-health needs on campus, student-affairs officials say that demand for treatment continues to exceed existing...

As Students’ Mental-Health Concerns Grow, One University’s Professors Say They Should Get a Raise

University of Illinois at Chicago faculty say they deserve to be paid more, partly because students’ mental-health needs in recent years have become...

Teaching Experts Are Worried About ChatGPT, but Not for the Reasons You Think

Is the college essay dead? Are hordes of students going to use artificial intelligence to cheat on their writing assignments? Has machine learning...

Colleges Face More Pressure to Keep Students With Mental-Health Conditions Enrolled

A lawsuit filed last week against Yale University has reignited a debate about how colleges should best help students who are going through...

Whose Pandemic-Era Graduation Rates Beat, or Fell Below, the Average?

With the release of preliminary federal data in November, a clearer picture is starting to emerge of how two years of pandemic-era operations...

When Campuses Close, Most of Their Students Are Stuck Without the Credentials They Wanted

Nearly three-quarters of the students whose colleges closed between 2004 and 2020 were stranded without adequate warning or plans to help them finish...

Community-College Leaders Wrestle With an Uncertain Future

Community-college enrollment took a nosedive during the pandemic, and many institutions have since struggled to recover. At a recent gathering in New York,...

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