Community colleges need better connections with students

Nov. 13, 2007
Study says many students at community colleges are falling though the cracks.

Many community college students begin slipping through the cracks at school almost as soon as they first set foot on campus, according to a report from the Community College Survey of Student Engagement. The report, based on annual student surveys conducted in the past three years, urges colleges to be "deliberate and aggressively create opportunities to involve students" in their studies, beginning with a student's first interaction on campus. This year's survey was completed by about 310,000 students from more than 500 colleges nationwide.

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