There’s no one-size-fits-all model for student success.
About 17 million undergraduates are in American colleges, and they are more diverse — in age, race, ethnicity, wealth, and family background — than ever before. These students have differing expectations of what college can do for them, and they need to reach their goals using a wider variety of means than colleges have offered in the past. How should we define and deliver a quality education to all of them?
Originally published: September 20, 2018
Author: Kevin P. Reilly
Position: President Emeritus
Institution: University of Wisconsin
Published by: The Chronicle of Higher Ed