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A dog sits on a grassy patch wearing a goldfish costume

Campus Campaign Uses Dogs as Awareness Hook, Teaches Students to Catch a Phish

The University of Denver’s IT and marketing teams partnered to create educational resources and outreach programs to engage students while making them aware of the signs and dangers of phishing emails.

Flyer Promise Scholars at the University of Dayton smile for a photo.

Meet the Success Professionals of the University of Dayton

Two longtime staff members serve as coaches, mentors and guides for 140 scholarship recipients every year, relying on their wealth of knowledge of the university to support students’ definitions of success.

Students face President Mary Dana Hinton on stage in the Hollins University Rathskellar.

President Soothes Student Stress with Stories

To support students’ mental health near finals at Hollins University, President Mary Dana Hinton created a bedtime stories event, reading to attendees from familiar children’s books over snacks.

A mother holds her baby while playing with toys

Campus Engagement Tip: Boost Resources for Students With Children

University officials can promote retention and belonging among student parents by providing physical spaces on campus for them—and their children—to thrive.

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Resilience Coaching, Videos Inspire Student Comebacks

James Madison University students are learning how to get back up when life knocks them down with the REBOUND program.

Three Brenau students sit in front of a fountain on campus.

New on the Job: Whitney McDowell-Robinson, Brenau University

McDowell-Robinson joined Brenau’s newly renamed student development and engagement team in June, leading efforts to support students holistically.

MCCC and Rider students walk together on Rider University's campus in New Jersey.

Positive Partnership: Housing for Community College Students

Rider University will partner with Mercer County Community College to provide room and board services to MCCC students at a discounted rate.

A parking lot has two designated spots for individuals with disabilities.

Campus Engagement Tip: Make It Simple to See Something, Say Something About Inaccessibility

An online form allows community members at William & Mary to report barriers to access on campus—physical, electronic or programmatic—in real time.