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Higher Education Student Services: Today's emerging hope for tomorow's graduates

Ludman, Roger; Moodly-Rajab, Devi.

Abstract:
There is increasing evidence that the student populations around the world are changing and diversifying. but as these student populations are increasing, so too are the problems related to students'success. Getting more students into the system and getting greater diversity of students means that universities have had a re-look at their policies on the access and on coping with different studnet needs.Apart from curriculum changes tht have accompanied the broader changes in the unversity growing studnet population, there have also been significant moves beyond the classroom.This summary will look at three major topics that were addressed in the symposium: first of all, the kind of services that student affairs can offer; second, the role of professionals within student services; and the last, the kind of challenges that face student services.

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Title of Paper: Higher Education Student Services: Today's emerging hope for tomorow's graduates
Conference Name: Globalisation and Higher Education views from the South
Conference Date: 0000-00-00
Conference Location: Cape Town


Date:2001
Document Type:Conference Paper (Not Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Students
Country:International
Keywords:Higher Education Studies, Higher Education Institutions HEI s, Student Achievement, Student Aspirations, Student Support services, Student Expectations


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Date Added:05 August 2011


Higher Education Student Services: Today's emerging hope for tomorow's graduates