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Editorial: Updating Advising and Tutoring Programs

Abstract: With so many things on the minds of college students—undergraduate and graduate students alike—it make sense that colleges and universities are changing their tutoring and advising programs, making them more valuable and relatable to students. The programs are doing more to help guide students, provide sound advice, and keep them engaged and on track to graduate on time and in their field of choice. In this issue, read about the changing face of advising and tutoring, and learn specifically what two schools—South Carolina’s Horry-Georgetown Technical College and Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo—are doing with their programs.

Keywords: Higher Education Brief - Continuing Education

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