Bossier Parish Community College is one of eight community colleges across the U.S. selected to participate in the Institute for Evidence-Based Change’s (IEBC) Caring Campus initiative, funded through a $600,000 grant provided by the ECMC Foundation, a nationally focused foundation investing in initiatives that improve educational outcomes and support post-secondary education and career success among underserved populations. “We are delighted to be selected for the Caring Campus initiative and we're confident that the caring spirit with which we embrace each and every student will be enhanced as a result of this engagement,” said Chancellor Dr. Rick Bateman, Jr. “BPCC is a special place that seeks to embrace, educate, and empower students who go forth into our communities to be difference makers. This initiative seeks to strengthen the impact we have on students and our region.” To read more of this article, go to:...
In the new video “A Caring Campus Moment,” Irving Valley College Senior Administrative Assistant Amy Hunter describes how her recent experience assisting a student from another campus brought new life to the student’s educational goals.
Originally posted on the Orange County Community Colleges News Center.
A college campus can be an intimidating place for a student, particularly those just starting out. There are classrooms to find, books to buy, and services to navigate. Caring Campus, an initiative being offered at community colleges in Orange County and across California…
This year has found increased requests for IEBC Data Use workshops. In California and Illinois in the last few months, data use retreats have been conducted by Brad Phillips, IEBC CEO and Jordan Horowitz, IEBC COO.
Read the updated Mendo Cares newsletter to learn more about how Caring Campus is committed to making Mendocino College campuses welcoming to all.
San Antonio College has been selected as one of seven community colleges in the country to participate in Caring Campus, an initiative developed by the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC).
Rolling out Caring Campus Welcome Week, Wallace State Community College celebrated its mix of online, campus and hybrid format classes and the opening of the spring 2021 semester.
Sacramento City College finds Caring Campus ways to engage students daily.
NAPA CA, SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 – Napa Valley College is one of 18 California community colleges selected to work with the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC) to incorporate the ‘Caring Campus’ initiative’ into its student success efforts this year. Despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic on higher education, Napa Valley College is committed to implementing its college-specific Caring Campus approach to student success.
Drake State is one of 10 community colleges across the U.S. selected for the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC) Caring Campus Initiative. “We’re thrilled to have been selected by the IEBC to participate in this innovative and intentional approach to student engagement,” said Dr. Nicole Bell, interim dean of Student Services. “It’s exciting to see the impact it can have on our students and their academic success.”