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University of Minnesota's Twin Cities campus a national leader in student health

When it comes to looking out for its students, the University of Minnesota is practically in the Ivy League.

Letting students have pet therapy animals to relieve stress is just one the reasons the U has been recognized with the likes of Cornell University as having one of the country’s “healthiest campuses.” 248 more words


Universal Design: An Accessibility Philosophy that Helps Everyone

Thank you to Howard Kramer from the University of Colorado-Boulder for this interview on Universal Design’s power to assist those with accessibility needs…and to benefit everyone else in a course. 2,215 more words

Student Services

Is English your second language? | ESL special

By Stephanie Stuckey, Staff Reporter

ESL is an acronym for English as a second language said Carol Culver, MA director of Adult Basic Education and the School of Adult & General Education. 606 more words


Online academic advisment

By Whitney Oliphant, Staff Reporter

Students who are unable to meet with an academic advisor in person can now do so online, through email, or they can request a phone call according to the CNM webpage. 263 more words

Student Life

Representing the historically underrepresented: Multicultural Affairs at Metropolitan State

Being a college student from any community can be stressful—it takes a lot of work to stay on top of education, career and personal responsibilities. For some students from historically underrepresented communities, those challenges can be unique. 383 more words


Student Life Mentors Guide Freshman Through Their Inaugural Year

By Autumn Williams

High school students are reminded daily of the importance of grades and that college is right around the corner. The pressure is on as soon as you walk through the doors of high school. 358 more words


mental health: my story

This article has been sent to me by an extraordinary survivor who would like to share their story with you. I would like to offer a trigger warning that this post covers mental health, depression and suicide and how this survivor lives with and overcomes these: 1,604 more words