There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic altered the campus experience for students worldwide, including members of fraternities and sororities. Spring 2020 required fraternal organizations to swiftly reposition a membership experience characterized by in-person engagement and social support to a meaningful digital and distanced membership experience. For higher education and organization leaders alike, this transition felt much like flying a plane while building it. … Continue reading Comeback Fall: A Conversation with Pi Kappa Alpha about Student Safety Education
It is not uncommon for colleges and universities to require students to complete an alcohol education program prior to the start of their first year or when they sign up for a student organization. Based on amendments passed in 1989 to the Higher Education Act, providing alcohol and substance prevention education is a federal requirement of all institutions of higher education. The federal and institutional … Continue reading Integrating Online Risk Prevention Education with College Programs: A Conversation with The College of New Jersey
Online learning is a value add for organizations that want to meet membership and stakeholders where they’re at. It puts the agency into the hands of the learner by allowing them to review content as many times as they want, and within their own busy schedule. Whether out of necessity or desire, implementing online education creates flexibility for the learner, and ensures important information is … Continue reading Using Online Education to Meet Learners Where They’re At: A Conversation with Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.