Should Institutions Provide the Rods When Teaching Students How to Fish?
Academic advising as well as mental health and career counseling can be tools to drive student success.
While many in higher education believe students should be held accountable for their own success, colleges and universities competing for a dwindling number of students have been forced to view students and their parents as customers they need to satisfy.
Institutions know there’s a difference between making sure a student has fish and teaching them how to fish. But with so many students showing up without their proverbial fishing rods, institutions are beginning to wonder—is it now a college’s job to provide these resources?
Listen to this recording of our blog, Should Institutions Provide the Rods When Teaching Students How to Fish? to learn more about what problems students face and how institutions can provide the tools students need to succeed.