By Theresa Bibeau in Student Conduct posted: May, 25th 2016

Understanding May 2016 ‘Dear Colleague’ Letter

If you’re in the world of higher ed, you may have already heard about the latest “Dear Colleague” letter that was released by the U.S. Department of Justice on May 13th. The letter does not disclose anything new about Title IX, but it does re-emphasize some critical points that some schools may not still fully understand.

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By Theresa Bibeau in Student Conduct posted: May, 12th 2016

Requirements of the SaVE Act & How Your Campus Can Meet Them

Unfortunately, sexual assault on higher-ed campuses is no new topic for discussion. With an estimated 20% of all female students and 4% of male students suffering from attempted or completed sexual assault before the time they’ve earned their degree, tougher legislation had to be instated to combat these startling numbers. This is why in 2013, the U.S. Department of Education amended the Clery Act with The Campus SaVE Act, applicable to any post-secondary institution participating in Title IX financial aid programs.

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By Cristina Restrepo in Career Services posted: May, 9th 2016

Basic Tech Skills for Students Entering the Workplace

Finding a job in a competitive market is tough, but the right combination of skills can make it easier for college graduates to stand out. Research from LinkedIn reveals that 20 of the top 25 skills sought by employers are technology skills. By focusing on teaching some of these skills, you can help students gain employment opportunities and achieve success in their chosen career paths. Here are some basic technology skills all students, regardless of their major, must learn to improve their career prospects.

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