Posts Tagged ‘Student Engagement’

By: Del Suggs, M.S.Ed. | Article from 2018 Spring CLT Magazine Snapchat is currently the most popular social media on most campuses. If you are unfamiliar with it, Snapchat is a basically a messaging app with a self-destruct feature. Posts— texts, photos, and videos— disappear (theoretically) after a preset length of time. It can be…

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By: Del Suggs, M.S.Ed. | Article from 2020 Spring CLT Magazine We hear about student engagement constantly in Higher Ed. Why is engagement considered so important? It’s because engagement demonstrates an active involvement in learning. Students who are engaged are taking a proactive approach to their education. They are more focused on the learning that…

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By: Del Suggs, M.S.Ed. | Article from 2016 Summer CLT Magazine It’s a problem on campuses across the country. Whether you have 600 students, or 60,000 students, it seems like almost nobody bothers to vote in campus elections. You might have great candidates or you might have terrible candidates. It doesn’t seem to matter, because…

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By Sharinda Welton Director of Student Activities, Commuter Services & Leadership Development The University of Findlay | Article from 2015 Spring CLT Magazine In the world of campus programming and campus traditions, there is no room for, “We’ve always done it this way”. That statement will do damage! Professionals in campus settings receive consistent messages…

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By Odell Bizzell | Excerpt from 2015 Spring CLT Magazine ___ Wow this academic year has flown by. In a couple of months the seniors will be graduating and you will be welcoming a new class of first year and transfer students. Though it is imperative that new students are quickly indoctrinated in the specifics…

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Finally…it’s time to Make Leadership F.UN.!So you increase involvement in your student organizations and keep your current leaders involved longer!! By Mike Fritz, America’s Leading Authority on Making Leadership F.U.N. I have had the honor to speak to college campus just like yours all over the country. Almost every campus asks the same question, and…

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By Dr. Charles M. Hueber | Dean of Students | Schreiner University Today, more than ever, we find ourselves in a time of financial instability that is challenging our schools and forcing us to explore ways to increase enrollment. We can accomplish that through recruitment of new students and through an increased retention of current…

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By Amiee Mueller Have you noticed changes on campus? How do you navigate those changes and adapt to them so your events are still impactful and well attended? Here are some ideas to help you be a master of change and a creator of enriching experiences. At the APCA Houston event, Dr. George Kuh said…

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By: TIM SCHMELING  | Graduate Assistant for Student Activities Rockford University Diversity in programming is something we strive for at Rockford University (RU), and we aim to connect with as many different expres- sions of diversity as we can. No matter the type of event, there is always a way for it to expand into…

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by Tom Kreiglestein | Swift Kick While visiting a college campus on the east coast, I saw a billboard advertisement for a new phone app that promised to deliver food to students in under 20 minutes. Sounds good so far, right? Then I read the tag line, “So you never have to talk to another…

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By: Del Suggs, M.S.Ed. | Speaker and Author | Extracted from 2018 Summer CLT Magazine   Campus community is a vital part of a vibrant school. While we often think of community as meaning our city, our town, or even our neighborhood, campus community is similar. It’s that common bond that holds us together. I…

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By; Susan Harper, PhD Student Services Associate – Activities University of North Texas at Dallas | Susan.Harper@untdallas.edu In so many different ways, our campuses are more diverse than they’ve ever been, and diversity and inclusion programming is a key part of what student affairs professionals contribute to our campus communities. Our thinking about diversity and…

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ESPORTS: CHANGING THE LANDSCAPE OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT! By: Dr. Charles M. Hueber Dean of Students, Schreiner University Co-founder of Student League for Intercollegiate Esports (SLICE) In many ways, the most dramatic change in higher education today is the advancement of technology and the role in which content is being delivered. We are living through this…

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