Higher Education’s Challenge: Disability Inclusion on Campus

When developing a culture of inclusion, colleges and universities have specific responsibilities to students with disabilities to ensure they can learn and achieve their goals.

Student Debt Repayment Trends Vary by Age, Race, and Income Status

A new report from the JPMorgan Chase & Co. Institute looks at student loan repayment data for over 300,000 Chase checking account customers who were either making payments towards student debt or possess outstanding student debt.

Using Technology to Access Mental Health Support Services for International Students

The Jed Foundation’s JED Campus Program has released a study on how the My SSP technology program can support international student mental health. The overall satisfaction with the program was high, particularly because the service is available in multiple languages.

Recommendations for Federal Work-Study at California Community Colleges

A new research brief by the Campaign for College Opportunity provides insight into the opportunities and challenges of Federal Work-Study (FWS) in California’s community colleges.

Current Landscape for California’s Community College Transfer

A new report from the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) examines trends across the transfer pipeline at California’s community colleges, shedding light on the impact COVID-19 has had on access.

Data Limitations Inhibit Support for AAPI Students

In partnership with the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC), the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) released a brief asserting that the umbrella categories of “Asian” and “Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander” mask performance differences between groups.

State Support of Higher Education Provides Short- and Long-Term Student Benefits

A new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reinforces the value of state support in producing positive outcomes for public college students. The study analyzes the financial outcomes for two-year and four-year students up to their mid-30s.

College Admissions During COVID-19

Findings from the Inside Higher Ed Survey of College and University Admissions Directors detail an admissions season unlike any other for colleges across the nation.

Prisoner Education Programs: Readiness Over Recidivism

A new report from the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) details how postsecondary education could transform the lives of incarcerated individuals throughout the United States.

The Impact of the Dual Pandemic on Black, Indigenous and Students of Color

New research from The Steve Fund Crisis Response Task Force explores the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on student well-being, specifically for students of color.

Five Strategies to Support Students’ Emotional and Behavioral Health

In collaboration with Georgetown University, the Mary Christie Foundation has released a new white paper on how colleges can improve and support the mental health and well-being of their young adult students.

Centering Equity in Student Mental Health Task Forces: Lessons Learned From the University of Michigan

Based on their work with the University of Michigan’s Rackham Graduate School Task Force on Graduate Student Mental Health, Sara Abelson, Meghan Duffy, and Janelle Goodwill identify eight ways that university mental health task forces can center equity in their work.