Student Engagement HQ
Our Member Campuses are changing lives every day through innovative programming and increased opportunities for student engagement. At Campus Labs, we partner with student affairs offices from over 700 institutions across the globe. These collaborations have revealed some common and persistent questions related to student engagement. And this site is our way of sharing that data and some of our...
Student Engagement as a Political Catalyst: Exploring the Link Between Student Organizations and Civic Engagement
What can your student engagement data tell you about how students approach civic engagement on campus? For this paper, Campus Labs aggregated student organization data available through its Student Engagement platform between the Fall 2013 and Spring 2018 semesters. Data was used from 397 institutions across the country, representing 46 states. In total, 93,920 student organizations from this time period...
Fresh Insights on First-Gens
Every year, first-generation students take a leap into the world of higher education, and they represent anywhere from 22 to 77% of a campus population. In this webinar, we present new national data around first-gen student attitudes and engagement patterns.
Insights from Engagement: Transforming Your Approach to Student Affairs Assessment
What if making informed decisions was easier? And what if your decisions were powered by real-time data? Campus Labs® Insight helps you achieve your goals and much more by using individual and aggregate data from co-curricular engagement and learning assessments. Compiled in accessible dashboards, staff from all levels of your division can be data empowered. Don’t wait for reports—benefit from...
The Connected Student Experience - A Conversation with Dr. Adam Peck
Can student affairs offer a new model for integrative learning in higher education? In this episode, Anne Lundquist, PhD, talks with Adam Peck, PhD, about putting students at the center of their own learning. By pushing them to move from involvement to engagement and leadership, campuses can help students leverage co-curricular skills for post-graduation success. Since 2014 Dr. Peck, Assistant...
Writing Learning Outcomes for Student Affairs
Did you know that Bloom’s Taxonomy can also reveal the depth of learning your students experience outside the academic classroom? Whether you’re focused on measuring program effectiveness or assessing individual learning, the first step is to write clear outcomes. Our worksheet will give your staff a step-by-step guide to writing intentional statements that align with Bloom’s. We’ve even included a...
Should Student Affairs Help Rock the Vote?
The 2016 voter turnout rate for the United States was 55%, representing one of the lowest for a developed nation, according to the Pew Research Center. With a recent presidential election, it’s useful to reflect on how student affairs professionals can impact the electoral participation of students and future alumni – or even if we should. In this webinar, we...
Advancing Co-Curricular Program Development
Students have more options than ever when it comes to customizing their on-campus experience. More and more campuses are creating co-curricular programs to encourage students’ involvement in experiences outside of the classroom. These programs not only showcase the variety and depth of opportunities, but also help students become more connected to campus.
Developing Co-Curricular Paths from the Ground Up
Co-curricular experiences are intended to be an extension of the academic learning experience. Measuring and documenting that learning can be beneficial for students and program development. This session outlines a framework to help you strategize your approach to planning, building, and implementing a successful co-curricular program at your institution.
Eager to Tell Your Student Engagement Story? Focus on Six Key Metrics
In the world of higher education, it can be challenging to explain—let alone quantify—the value that student affairs brings to a campus. That’s where data comes in. No doubt many of you already track campus-wide activities to measure student involvement. But how can you be sure that students are truly engaged, as opposed to being simply involved? And how do...
Establishing Habits of Engagement from Orientation to Commencement — Moving from Involvement to Engagement
Students who engage in out-of-the-classroom opportunities are more likely to be successful and retained at an institution. How each student will find their way to these opportunities is less understood. This webinar explores the TAMIU Trailblazer Program at Texas A&M International University, a program designed to introduce students to involvement opportunities during new student orientation and guide them to –...
Developing Employable Skills: Assessing the Needs of First-Generation Students
First-generation college students are a growing, yet under-studied, population for higher education. The 2015 Project CEO benchmarking study identified 27% of respondents as first-generation students. Data from the first-generation group indicated lower skill attainment in co-curricular experiences when compared to non-first-generation responses. What does this mean for the ways we support first-generation student needs in relation to developing employable skills?...
Creating a Culture of Student Engagement
Multiple strategies and approaches are required to create a culture of student engagement on campus. Ryerson University (Toronto, ON) has broken down the silos within Student Affairs and continues to promote a culture that focuses on student engagement. Learn how the ConnectRU platform has played a vital role in these efforts and has contributed to the development of students on...
Engagement & Employability: From Student Leader to CEO
The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has identified the 10 most desirable skills employers seek in new college graduates. From teamwork to problem solving to influence, what role can outside-the-classroom experiences play in the development of these skills? Using data from the 2015 and 2016 Project CEO benchmarking study, this webinar explores how students perceive the impact of...
From Involvement to Engagement: The Difference Is in the Outcomes
An involved student is a successful student.” This is one of the most commonly repeated phrases in Student Affairs. However, as we learn more about the importance of engagement in higher education, we recognize that this phrase captures just a small part of the picture for student success.
Project CEO: The Potential Value of Beyond-the-Classroom Experiences for Developing Career Competencies
With limited resources for on-the-job training, today’s employers often prefer college graduates who are “job ready” and can demonstrate competency-based skills, not just knowledge in a specific academic area. To meet this expectation, as well as to justify the rising costs of higher education, colleges and universities are under increasing pressure to prove they can adequately prepare their students for...