March 3, 2022 Support services for universities and students during spring break: March 7 to 13, 2022. Posted in: Announcements, Facilities, Featured News, Parking and Shuttle, Red Hawk Central, Red Hawk News, Uncategorized Last modification: Thursday, March 3, 2022 3:03 p.m. A limited tutoring schedule will be available during SpringRead More →

Newswise – Michael Vega, Rutgers School of Public Health’s Assistant Dean for Student and Alumni Services, received the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) Student Services Award for Excellence 2022. In her role, Vega oversees counseling, student support, career counseling services, student programs, conduct and alumni relations.Read More →

The fee was introduced by the Australian government to help universities fund student support services such as sports and recreation, child care, accommodation and legal services. You can find out the details of SSAF allocation. Most current and research students at the University are subject to SSAF (including University ofRead More →

VALDOSTA – Katie Chappuis, former principal of Dewar Elementary School, has joined the Lowndes County Schools District Leadership Team as Director of Student Services as recommended by Superintendent Wes Taylor. Chappuis has 25 years of education experience as a teacher, deputy principal and principal, school officials said in a statement.Read More →

Photo: Katie Chappuis joins the Lowndes County Schools District leadership team as Director of Student Services. To free: Katie Chappuis, former principal of Dewar Elementary School, has joined the Lowndes County Schools District leadership team as Director of Student Services at the recommendation of Superintendent Wes Taylor. Ms. Chappuis hasRead More →

Through Hub staff report / Posted September 14, 2021 Johns Hopkins University has established a new office to oversee a centralized, modernized and integrated student services operation, a key step in improving the overall experience for students, staff and faculty at Hopkins. The Student Enrollment and Account Management Office, orRead More →

Audubon Elementary School Principal Caleb York has been named the next Daviess County Public School District Student Services Coordinator, effective July 1. York’s primary responsibilities will be to coordinate support services to schools, focusing on meeting the needs of the whole child (academic, emotional and social). York will work closelyRead More →

Former Troy University student and administrator Sohail Agboatwala has been appointed the University’s Acting Senior Vice Chancellor for Student Services and Administration effective May 1, according to Dr Jack Hawkins, Jr. ., chancellor. Agboatwala, Vice Chancellor for International Programs, will follow Dr John Schmidt, who is retiring on April 30Read More →

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – As local coronavirus cases decline and vaccines become more widely available, Lake Tahoe Community College is bringing back limited in-person student services and face-to-face classes to campus in days and weeks. coming weeks. “Our students have let us know for many months how much theyRead More →

News Ryan hamilton-davis Wednesday, February 17, 2021 Photo file SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS speaking at a meeting of a joint select committee on the effects of blended learning called for more student counselors, saying the Student Support Services Division (SSSD) was straining while addressing student issues during covid19. Sanatan Sharma MahaRead More →

By Chelsea Collins AMERICUS — Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) is set to open its newly renovated, $3.4 million Student Services Building later this month. Hurricane students will now be able to access essential student registration services under one roof at the one-stop-shop, with the new official name of CanesRead More →

JONESBORO, Ark. – The U.S. Department of Education awarded Arkansas State University a $1.5 million grant over five years to continue funding student retention and completion initiatives . According to a press release sent Thursday by Arkansas State University, the grant funds the Student Support Services (SSS) program, which promotesRead More →

WILLMAR — Ridgewater College has received a five-year, $1.37 million extension of a federal grant for TRIO Student Support Services. The U.S. Department of Education grant will be used by TRIO to work with low-income students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities. The grant is 3.5% higher than the program’sRead More →

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Seton Hall University’s Division of Student Services a grant that will benefit 140 low-income, first-generation, or disabled students pursuing an undergraduate degree. The proposal, titled Student Support Services Program at Seton Hall, has been approved for a commitment of $1,300,584 over the nextRead 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 →

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 →