Category: News

We’re Loud. We’re Proud. And We’re Changing The Outcome Of Elections.

Even as we’re making progress, disparities remain since 21% of LGBTQ people aren’t registered to vote compared to 17% of non-LGBTQ people.

A Student Voting Take On College Athletic Conference Realignment

What if more attention was given to the student voting powerhouse athletic conferences of the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC), which had 2020 conference voter turnout rates of 90.6% and 89.8%, respectively.

First Searchable Database Of College Promise Programs Connects Students To Funding And Supports

Ensuring that students have the opportunity to make the right or best-fit program choice is paramount to increasing equity within our siloed education and workforce systems.

Thanks To My Queerness, I Am…

It didn’t happen the way I thought it would, and it definitely didn’t have the warm embrace I had dreamed of.

Better Together: Partnering Student Affairs And Academic Affairs In Advancing Nonpartisan College Student Voter Engagement Efforts

Regardless of where an institution starts, cultivating and sustaining partnerships across student and academic life can help institutionalize the efforts and support broad-based strategies.

Students With Mentors Reap Personal And Academic Benefits

As a student with a disability, in my case hearing loss, having a mentor is essential to help build a sense of a community that understands and accepts you. That support provides a safe way for young people to explore who they are and what they want to do.

Supporting Students’ Postsecondary Success Amid Pandemic Interruptions

As we wrap up a third academic year during which COVID-19 prevented schools and communities from providing fully formed college planning opportunities for students, new realities are sinking in. High school students are experiencing more challenges to their academic progress.

ALL IN Recognizes 2022 Student Voting Honor Roll

The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge (ALL IN) is honored to recognize a national cohort of student voting champions who have worked to institutionalize nonpartisan democratic engagement and increase college student voter participation through the 2022 ALL IN Student Voting Honor Roll.

Scholarship Award Displacement: The Hidden Practice

Did you know that many universities and colleges across the U.S. penalize students for receiving private scholarships, or those not offered by the school?

Students – Act Now To Ensure You Have ID To Vote

Voter ID laws are on the rise nationwide, and their impact will be felt differently across the country as voters go to the polls this year.

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