Access and Agency: Supporting Deferred Action Community College Students
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) provides temporary relief to undocumented students, the majority of whom are attending community colleges. This program utilizes findings from a qualitative research study on the experiences of DACA students attending community college to discuss how sources of strength and the sociopolitical context foster agency. The program will explore how the experiences of DACA students... more
Discover your "WHY" with Eboni Zamani Gallaher
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Reflecting on the Curricular Approach to Learning...
The landscape of student affairs has changed dramatically over its lifetime, and the introduction... [more]
Building Assessment into Your Residential Curricul...
Assessment is a critical part of building a successful residential curriculum. In this video, we... [more]
Compliance U Title IX Intermediate-Department of...
Join Compliance U in Orlando this October for a special live event covering the latest federal... [more]
Developing a Residential Curriculum Review Process
Residential curricula need to be reviewed regularly to ensure they stay current and relevant. Watch... [more]
Ways to Take Action: Dr. Keith Humphrey, ACPA...
The Role of Digital Technology in Higher Education
We talk to the co-chairs of the ACPA Digital Task Force about the goal of the task force, their... [more]
Confronting the Reality of Racism
ACPA Video On Demand has released a multi-episode video series that will explore America’s... [more]
Multicultural vs. Colorblind
Dr. Kira Hudson Banks talks about the importance of adopting a multicultural perspective versus a... [more]
Diversity & Inclusion – Love Has No Labels
While the vast majority of Americans consider themselves unprejudiced, many of us unintentionally... [more]
Dr. Donald Mitchell: Race-Related Studies Within...
Click here to view or download a transcript of this video. Learn more about the study: Journals in... [more]