The Changing Landscape of Orientation and Retention in Higher Education

This Article from is written by Dr. Karnell McConnell-Black.

As higher education is resuming for another semester of learning, campuses are navigating how to retain and onboard students in a consistently changing environment. Dr. Karnell McConnell-Black (he/him), the president for the Association of Orientation, Transition, and Retention in Higher Education (NODA) and vice president for student life at Reed College in Portland, OR, shares how campuses can evolve to further improve student retention and support students in the new normal.

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