Becoming a Student-Ready College: A New Culture of Leadership for Student Success turns the college readiness conversation on its head, moving from a focus on student preparedness to a focus on institutional preparedness. The book offers a new paradigm on institutional value-add in boosting student outcomes and prompts readers to ask what their institutions can do to support incoming students.
The newly released book is co-authored by IHEP President Michelle Asha Cooper, one of the nation's leading voices in championing access and success.
Other co-authors include AAC&U Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Student Success Tia Brown McNair and AAC&U Senior Scholar Susan Albertine, Nicole McDonald of Lumina Foundation, and Thomas Major Jr. of Lumina Foundation.
Cooper regularly contributes to the national discourse, providing commentary to various media outlets such as C-SPAN, FOX News, and NPR, as well as The Chronicle of Higher Education, Huffington Post, The Hill, Inside Higher Education, USA Today, and The Washington Post.
To order Becoming a Student-Ready College, use discount code 25HAE for 25% off here. (Discounts do not apply to eBooks, which are already discounted.) This book was published by Jossey-Bass in partnership with AAC&U.