Campus Prevention Network National Insights Report
In an era of declining enrollment, alternative paths for career preparation, and increasing skepticism about the overall value of a degree, institutions of higher education face the urgent task of demonstrating how a college education uniquely prepares today’s college students for post-graduation success.
Higher education leaders are hearing from their counterparts in the corporate and non-profit and public sectors that today’s graduates must be skilled in engaging effectively with others in an increasingly diverse work environment.
Students also expect for their college experience to increase their skills in building community and making a positive social impact. And research demonstrates when colleges and universities foster a greater sense of belonging for students, those students perform better academically, stay in school, and are more satisfied with their college experience. Investing in diversity, inclusion, and belonging generates many desired outcomes for institutions of higher education.
Download our new report, “The State of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging” to learn about:
- Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging in Higher Education Today
- Data and Insights from Students
- Students Demographics
- Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging for Students
This report shares unique insights from college students across the nation on their experiences and perceptions when it comes to diversity, inclusion, and belonging. This report also highlights strengths and challenges for college students when it comes to building skills in self-reflection and perspective-taking, allyship, communicating effectively, and stepping in when they identify situations that undermine community values and safety.
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