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Through the Professional Development Institute at University of Baltimore, mentors who are  faculty, staff and alumni are available to support and guide students.
3/27/2015
Student success has evolved from a concept focused mainly on academics and graduation to a host of other goals
From grade 13 to college graduation: Students at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ Cato Middle College High School begin earning college credit in their junior year and can graduate from a 13th grade with an associate’s degree or professional certification.
3/26/2015
Higher education aims for retention and completion boost when students come to college better prepared—and with a few course credits
Working together, campus buyers and facilities staff can ensure that dollars for equipment needs are wisely spent.
3/24/2015
Pricey equipment purchases can cost even more when the facilities department isn’t involved to ensure installation and maintenance realities are realized
Aradhana Bela Sood is a senior professor for child mental health policy and professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine.
3/23/2015
How improved awareness and intervention might prevent future tragedies

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Linda Ding
To make a positive impact on student success, go beyond digitizing paper files
1/1/2015
Foundationally, a generational shift has occurred; today’s students have expectations that have been shaped by their life experiences.
1/1/2015
DeeAnn Wenger
Focus on the future by creating positive student perceptions, using technology and budget dollars wisely, and addressing the impact of rising tuition costs
1/1/2015
Implementing a comprehensive financial literacy program on campus contributes to student success
1/1/2015