What our most popular research revealed about 2015

By Gabriella Perez

As 2015 comes to a close, we’re reflecting on the year by highlighting our most accessed Student Affairs Forum content and related trends in higher education. This year, two major areas of focus emerged in both our research and student affairs practice: student workforce preparedness and on-campus sexual assault.

Reimagining experiential learning

In early fall, the Department of Education released the highly anticipated update to its College Scorecard. By making earnings and student debt data available to the public, a national debate emerged over the value of the liberal arts and the role of modern day universities in preparing students for success after college. Institutions had to focus more on leveraging existing campus opportunities to prepare students for life after college.

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