The mission of the Puente Program is to increase the number of educationally underserved students who enroll in four-year colleges and universities, earn degrees, and return to the community as leaders and mentors to succeeding generations.The Puente Program provides students with a supportive community and a sense of family on the college campus.We have a full slate of qualified professionals willing to step up and bring fresh and new ideas to our organization.When the time comes, April 10-19, please take the time to read the candidate bios and statements and cast your vote!These classes provide a supportive and stimulating environment for Puente students to build confidence in their writing skills through an exploration of the Chicano/Latino experience.
The significant lack of research examining online military learners limited further comparative analysis.
There seems to be no shortage of bills that could affect higher education.
I have learned over the years how important it is to pay attention during the legislative session since the outcome almost always impacts our work in Student Affairs.
Spring also represents the season for TACUSPA elections.
I would like to thank all the candidates for choosing to take a leadership role in our organization.
Military learner demographics and academic risk profiles are most similar to nontraditional, first generation learners, although military learners face additional challenges associated with service-connected injuries and disabilities. Course correction: using analytics to predict course success. Retrieved from Proquest Dissertations and Theses Open database Barry, A.