The Community College Research Center (CCRC), reports positive findings in its new study examining the implementation and impact of the Institute for Evidence-Based Change’s Caring Campus – Faculty
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.
IEBC and Caring Campus in the News – Catch our Newsletter where articles from Diverse and Ascendium publications shine on Caring Campus.
IEBC Newsletter highlights the College Futures Foundation grant and a college president’s explanation of how Caring Campus caught on like wildfire.
Read the Summer 2022 Newsletter to learn about the CCRC report, 30 new colleges this fall, the new Caring Campus coaches, and a college president’s take on Caring Campus and student persistence and equity.
Check out this new website with our updated design and videos that bring IEBC’s Caring Campus and Data Use work to life in participants’ own words. Professional staff, faculty, presidents and others from around the country share their experience and insights in short videos that are right to the point.
Read the Spring 2021 IEBC Newsletter to learn about Caring Campus leaders and colleges who have received high honors at national, state and local levels.
The Winter 2021 IEBC Newsletter presents Tools for Student Success with links to our most recent, well-attended webinars on racial equity and the third Caring Campus guide, along with links to our previous guides.
The Summer 2020 edition of the IEBC Newsletter shares stories of IEBC Caring Campus colleges who are reaching out to their students as part of their Caring Campus efforts. We are sharing their personal stories with you and hope you are as inspired and energized by their experiences as we are.
The February 2020 Newsletter details the partnership expansion between IEBC and the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO), implementing the ‘Caring Campus’ Initiative in California with an additional $500,000.The new funding will support the addition of 18 new community colleges to the program, as well as providing ongoing support to the 18 original participating colleges, empowering one-third of all California community colleges to be ‘Caring Campuses.’