The Upended Student Life Cycle:

How student affairs can serve students in a chaotic time

 Friday, May 29, 2020      2 P.M. ET | 11 A.M. PT

The Upended Student Life Cycle
Student-affairs offices have long focused on understanding the student life cycle and how best to serve students as they progress through their college experience. But the Covid-19 outbreak has upended those models, requiring major adjustments.

Looking ahead to an uncertain fall and beyond, what do student-affairs leaders need to do to understand what the student journey may look like? What new variables need to be accounted for? What key moments, like orientation, have to be revamped?

Join us Friday, May 29, for an hour-long webinar hosted by Ian Wilhelm, a Chronicle editor, and a panel of experts as they discuss what clues are emerging about how the student life cycle may change.

Attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of:

  • The latest data about student preferences and what they are looking for from their college services 
  • How to start developing models for how different students may navigate college now 
  • What student needs are emerging because of the pandemic 


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Presenter
Ian Wilhelm
Assistant Managing Editor
The Chronicle of Higher Education
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Presenter
Christie Kräcker
Dean of Students and Campus Life
Susquehanna University
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Presenter
Nancy Young
Vice President for Student Affairs
University of Maryland-Baltimore County
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