At-Risk students on Campus: What We Can Do to Help Them Succeed?

Posted on March 28, 2011 by


The number of at-risk students is increasing on many campuses nation-wide, especially at public universities and community colleges.

These students usually come from families who live below the poverty line, they are black or Hispanic, they come from single-parent homes, their mothers have less than a high-school education or the primary language spoken at home is not English.

In order to help at-risk students to succeed, institutions and professors must meet students where they are.

So what are 3 of the best practices that will help your at-risk student population on campus? This article has some really interesting suggestions that you can start implementing today.

Posted in: Student Affairs