• Student Affairs Practice in Community Colleges

    Student Affairs Practice in Community Colleges: Learning, Retention, and Completion

    The Completion Agenda is at the center of many conversations regarding current and future practice in higher education. This is particularly true for community colleges who are being asked to produce more graduates in order to boost the United States economy and meet anticipated industry growth over the coming decades. In order to meet their demand, community colleges must enhance student learning, develop pathways for success, engage students for detention and support student development.

    The drive-in conference presents information about the unique role of student affairs professionals in these endeavors. The goal is to shed light on the on-the-ground work of student affairs professionals in the community college with the theoretical foundations of our field and the national Completion Agenda through discussions, speakers and the sharing of best practices.

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