Be a Better Listener: How to Welcome Students of All Backgrounds, Share Their Stories, and Support Them in Their Educational Journeys

Podcast July 16, 2020

MiraCosta College Academic Counseling Department Co-Chair Dr. Adrean Askerneese works face-to-face with students every day. He has a doctorate degree and Master of Arts in marriage and family counseling from USC, a Master of Science from SDSU, and a bachelor’s degree from Point Loma Nazarene. He was also recently honored for his work with student athletes and is a driving force for equity and social justice at his college.

In this episode, Dr. Askerneese shares his personal story about starting college. He and Cheryl Broom also discuss how critical it is to listen to students so you can tell their stories with respect, support them, and show that they and students of all backgrounds matter.

A man looking through binoculars with the Facebook logo over both eyes, just showing that everywhere you look, social media marketing is there! Photo by Glen Carrie on Unsplash
October 16, 2020

If you want to find and engage potential students to boost college enrollment, embrace the power of social media. After all, fully 58% of future students will consider your school’s social media feeds before deciding to apply.

We know social media marketing can be a bit dizzying. That’s why we’ve sorted out some simple, inexpensive tips to help build your college enrollment.

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