1 in 10 Incoming freshmen in 2015 are expect to protest while on campus—an all-time high. While concerns about student safety and institutional risk are paramount, Student Affairs Forum research found that student affairs divisions are seeking a positive, student-centered approach to addressing activism on campus. Student affairs administrators can facilitate dialogues on tough issues with the greater student body by rethinking current engagement efforts.
This toolkit—a supplement to our related study—will help guide your institution's thoughtful, student-centered response to student activism.
The toolkit contains a combined 10 worksheets, guides, templates, and more. You can browse the full toolkit or access each tool individually.
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