David Lee / Daily Senior Employee President of Morton Schapiro University. Schapiro discussed the $94 million budget shortfall, CAPS funding and non-tenured faculty during a question-and-answer session on Wednesday. University President Morton Schapiro discussed the budget deficit and controversial guest evolutionary psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa during a question-and-answer session on Wednesday.Read More →

The Center for Academic Success & Tutoring (CAST) offers learning support programs to ensure high quality services for students at Montclair State University. Quality learning focuses on the student as an individual. Therefore, CAST continues to build a body of work focused on the academic needs of a rapidly growingRead More →

After the University of Wisconsin system made efforts last year to turn the state’s two-year UW Colleges and Extension programs into satellite institutions of the system’s four-year universities, officials now say that many New investments are needed for student support services during this transition period. According to The Associated Press,Read More →

Prospective international students probably know that they can turn to the International Student Services offices of American universities for help with immigration and orientation. But the services provided by the ISS offices do not stop there and can include activities throughout the year. Here are some ways international students canRead More →

Student Services offers several programs to improve the physical and mental health of students. Student Services supports a variety of disciplines and services such as: School Counseling, Behavioral Intervention, Student Mental Health, Threat Assessment, Sexual Assault Resource Team, Audiology, Health Services, Response to crises, Title IX and Section 504/ADA compliance.Read More →

The painful art of cutting a college or university’s budget—often in an effort to protect core academic programs while choosing which support services to cut—may have become a little more difficult. A forthcoming working paper by Cornell University graduate student Douglas Webber and Ronald Ehrenberg, director of the Cornell HigherRead More →