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.

What We Know About Enrollment Changes in the Time of COVID-19

The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center has launched a series called Stay Informed, which examines how enrollment has shifted as a result of COVID-19 and compares enrollment data for May through July 2020 with enrollment data from the last two years.

One in Five Students Experienced Food Insecurity During COVID-19

The Student Experience in the Research University Consortium surveyed college students enrolled in large public research universities on their experiences with food insecurity from May through mid-July 2020. Read the results in a new report.

A Reckoning on Race for Higher Education: Next Steps and Legal Considerations for Campuses

ACE is pleased to be a cooperating association for a mini-workshop on legal issues related to race in higher education sponsored by the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), “A Reckoning on Race for Higher Education: Next Steps and Legal Considerations for Campuses,” scheduled for Sept. 16.

HSI Cares Act Funding Lower Than Non-HSIs

A new report from Excelencia in Education highlights how CARES Act implementation may have adversely impacted Latino college students and their institutions.

The Impact of Covid-19 on Student Assessment

A new report from the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment details how student assessment changed at colleges and universities during the spring semester due to COVID-19.