Resources to Advance Equity and Student Success

Posted by American Association of Colleges and Universities on May 18, 2015

New Resources to Advance Equity and Student Success

AAC&U is pleased to offer two new—and complimentary—releases to help campuses design and implement diversity, equity, and student success efforts.

PDF and Print Copies Available

STEP UP & LEAD for Equity: What Higher Education Can Do to Reverse Our Deepening Divides is a Call to Action for college leaders, supported by clear and convincing data, which concludes with a series of action items applicable to all institutions. It is ideal for advancing dialogue on campus and in the community.

PDF and Print Copies Available

Committing to Equity and Inclusive Excellence: A Campus Guide for Self-Study and Planning is a companion guide, providing campus leaders, faculty, and other educational practitioners a set of questions and action steps designed to advance needed dialogue and action throughout higher education.

To download or order—In addition to PDFs available online, print copies can be ordered for the cost of postage only. (The limit is 50 copies per order.)

STEP UP and Committing to Equity can be used in conjunction with AAC&U’s newest publication on equity—America’s Unmet Promise: The Imperative for Equity in Higher Education.

Recommended for purchase:

America’s Unmet Promise: The Imperative for Equity in Higher Education

By Keith Witham, Lindsey E. Malcom-Piqueux, Alicia C. Dowd, and Estela Mara Bensimon

This publication makes the case for the urgent need to expand access to and success in high-quality educational programs for students traditionally underserved in higher education. This is an excellent resource for launching conversations about diversity, equity, and institutional change.

$15 members/$25 nonmembers/GMSAU

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