In this fourth report from the Community College Research Center (CCRC) on the impact of Caring campus, CCRC presents their findings on building a more positive college culture.
Report: Implementing Caring Campus: Strategies College Presidents Use to Improve Culture and Support Reform
Despite research pointing to the crucial role nonacademic staff play in student success in higher education, large-scale reform efforts at community colleges and elsewhere typically focus little direct attention on interpersonal interactions between students and staff.
Growing the Flock and Ensuring Learning. IEBC’s Faculty Caring Campus Roundtable received excellent feedback from participants. Learn More and view the recording.
This March, the IEBC team has been on the road nearly as much as college basketball players playing in the NCAA tournament. At the National Summit for Dual Credit Programs held at South Texas College at South Padre Island, Texas, IEBC President and CEO Dr. Brad Phillips was a featured keynote speaker.
Malcolm X College in Chicago became the 100th community college to join Caring Campus, the student success program of the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC). All seven City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) campuses now take part in IEBC’s Caring Campus…
The Community College Research Center (CCRC) report, Caring Campus: Faculty Leadership In Student Success, has positive findings in its study examining implementation and impact.
Seven new California community colleges will participate in the Spring 2023 cohort of the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC) Caring Campus partnership.
As we reflect on a fulfilling year, we celebrate our accomplishments together and thank you for your partnership and your role in making them happen.
Excerpted from “Higher Education in Motion: The Digital and Cultural Transformations Ahead” by EDUCAUSE President John O’Brien on the EDUCAUSE Review website. The section “Cx for Students” discusses the importance of looking at how we care…
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