The Cost of Completing College
Promising Strategies to Support Student Success
June 11, 2021
10-11:30 am eastern
Part of Moving Onward: A Summer Series on Next Steps for Education and the Workforce
The pandemic presented hurdles too high for many low-income students to start or stay in college. Hear how some persevered and how their institutions found ways to support them.
The crisis showed that many students struggle to continue their studies because of affordability and other challenges. As states consider ways to increase support for the students who need it most, the webinar panelists will share strategies that hold promise for the longer-term.
Stacey Bradley, Senior Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Academic Support, University of South Carolina
Randall Brumfield, Deputy Commissioner for Strategic Planning and Student Success, Louisiana Board of Regents
Kimberly Gold, Senior Vice President and Chief Academic Officer, North Carolina Community College System
Ontario Wooden, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Alcorn State University
About the Moving Onward series
In three mid-June sessions, SREB will explore several critical issues facing education as states recover from the effects of the pandemic on schools, colleges and the workforce. We’ll look at the urgent need to support students so they can complete postsecondary credentials, examine teacher shortages and new ways to curb them, and conclude with a conversation among governors from SREB states.