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Models of Excellence

Money Smarts

Student debt being the concern that it is, Phil Schuman was pleasantly surprised to discover that students at Indiana University—where he serves as director of financial literacy—were interested in learning more about their finances. But they weren’t discussing money with their friends.

EKU GURUs

Until five years ago, Eastern Kentucky University students with questions about college life had to schlep all over campus to various departments for help. Have a roommate issue? Go to housing. Need help with financial aid? Head to the scholarship office. Falling behind in calculus? Traipse over to the math department.

Success Connect

The size of the freshman class at the University of South Carolina has doubled in the last 10 years, from 2,500 to 5,000-plus, making it increasingly more challenging for students to develop one-on-one relationships with faculty and staff.

Student Tailored Education Plan

As if limited resources didn’t make advising tough enough, LDS Business College in Utah discovered that students were seeking services even before they set foot on campus.

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