Query
Template: /var/www/farcry/projects/fandango/www/action/sherlockFunctions.cfm
Execution Time: 4.24 ms
Record Count: 1
Cached: No
Lazy: No
SQL:
SELECT top 1 objectid,'cmCTAPromos' as objecttype
FROM cmCTAPromos
WHERE status = 'approved'
AND ctaType = 'moreinfo'
objectidobjecttype
11BD6E890-EC62-11E9-807B0242AC100103cmCTAPromos

From Corrections to College: Supporting Justice-Impacted Students on Campus

Student Success Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice Orientation, Transition and Retention
Eddie Phillips Michael Scott Brick

Issues of mass incarceration and criminalization in American society are well documented. For individuals looking to change their lives and put the stigma of their pasts behind them, higher education provides an opportunity for upward social and economic mobility. Despite the opportunity a college education provides, students with criminal backgrounds (justice-involved/impacted individuals) often encounter cultural and structural barriers which negatively affect issues of access and success.

As student affairs professionals, we must contend with the fundamental question of whether or not institutions of higher education have a responsibility to support these students. Student affairs professionals may encounter justice-involved/impacted individuals and feel unsure about how to best support this student population. 

This session will provide student affairs professionals with a greater awareness of the barriers justice-involved/impacted individuals experience in higher education. Additionally, participants will learn terminology used to define these barriers and "humanize" this student population in order to create supportive campus cultures. Regardless of one's role, supporting and creating inclusive models for all student populations is critical to achieving most institutional missions and promoting student success.

Learning Outcomes

By participating in this session, attends will learn about:

  • the barriers justice-involved/impacted individuals encounter during postsecondary education;
  • the advocacy work organizations such as the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) have conducted; and
  • promising practices and partnerships some institutions have developed to support justice-involved/impacted individuals.
Cost
Member: $149 Other: $220
Course Length
60 minutes
Course Type
On Demand

Register

Accessing the Presentation

Above shot of three people pointing at a laptop screen

Once you complete your registration, you will be able to access the session under "My Online Events" in the NASPA Engagement Portal.

  • Live session access information will be listed under Contents - Live Session Access Information before the session has aired.

  • All sessions are recorded. Once the session is over, the recording will be available approximately one week after the air date. You may view the materials as many times as you'd like, at whatever pace you would like.

  • If you have any difficulty accessing the materials, please contact NASPA Online Professional Development (opd@naspa.org).

Go To "My Online Events"