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College is an incredible time to meet people from all different walks of life. Learning from each other is one of the most valuable lessons you'll experience.
Equity means meeting the situation in its place and knowing when more attention is needed to help something grow.
College is the perfect time to meet new people and show support to those from different backgrounds. Here are 4 ways to get involved on your campus.
College is where people of different backgrounds come together. For some students, this can be more challenging and overwhelming than others.
Being mindful and inclusive of other's doesn't take much, but the impact it can have on someone can be huge.
Supporting your fellow students is an important part of college. Are you doing your best to be an ally?
Bullying is something that unfortunately far too many people face. Are you doing your part to advocate for people? Are you leading by example?
Helping students and peers isn't one size fits all. Asking how to help is the first, and best step.
Whether you're an ally or trying to learn more, there are tools to help understand other student's perspectives and learn about each other.
Adrian struggled in high school to succeed. Through hard work and the power of adaptive learning, Adrian is now a strong college student pursuing his degree.
Offering support to others on campus plays a key role in everyone's success. See how you can do your part.
College is where students can find their own community or learn about a new one. Either way, feeling supported is crucial to the growth and success of every student.
Living off campus has so many benefits, but it does make building friendships a little trickier.