The first year of college can be a make or break moment for many students. This is especially so for incoming Gen Z students. The pandemic dashed any hopes of social normalcy for many teens — many of which are now approaching college age

In this upcoming Virtual Forum, an expert panel will discuss why the first two semesters are rife with academic, emotional, and logistical challenges for many students. And, how your institution can prepare to give students their best chance at success.

Join "The Student-Success Journey: Improving the First Year Experience" on June 12th at 2 p.m. E.T. and set your students up for success in 2024 and beyond.

Host

Katherine Mangan

Senior Writer
The Chronicle of Higher Education

Panelists

Donald Chamberlain

Program Coordinator, First and Second Year Experience
Prairie View A&M University

Marcella Runell

VP for Student Life and Dean of Students
Mount Holyoke College

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Kelli K. Smith

Assistant VP for Student Success
Binghamton University

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Event Registration

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Wednesday, June 12, 2024