Dr. Cox-Otto and Dr. Kersenbrock discuss the benefits of creating baccalaureate programs not only for colleges, but for students too.
Dr. Cox-Otto and Dr. Parham talk about how community colleges have been supporting student needs during this pandemic, and how they will continue to support students into the future.
Student-centered innovation has been mission-centric to community colleges, but redesigning the college experience with the student voice is critical post-pandemic. Join Dr. Pam Cox-Otto and Dr. Karen Stout, president and CEO, Achieving the Dream (ATD), as they discuss the insights ATD’s network of nearly 280 colleges have gained in their work to champion student success.
Enrollment is always important, but even more so now, in the middle of a pandemic. Face-to-face recruiting is no longer possible, on-campus orientations are not a good idea, and yet more than ever our students need support from application, to day-one of classes.
Just like our students, our community colleges are struggling to maintain the resources they need during this critical time. State budgets are uncertain, and many colleges are facing budget cuts, layoffs, and furlough, all while trying to support our students—many of whom are facing food and housing insecurity. Join Dr. Pam Cox-Otto and Oakland Community College’s Vice Chancellor for Advancement Dan Jenuwine as they discuss the important role of your college foundation in helping students stay students.