Overcoming the Biggest Barrier to Student Success

In order to overcome the biggest barrier to student success, higher education must understand that the residential experience that is portrayed in many glorified forms and memories is a reality today for only a small minority, writes Ron Bleed, vice chancellor, information technologies, Maricopa Community Colleges. An estimated 87 percent of all students in the US now commute to their campuses, according to the National Clearinghouse for Commuter Programs, University of Maryland.

In this new academic world, he says the biggest barrier to student success is being overlooked. Read more

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