College Evolution: Tri-C Provost Discusses New Ways of Educating, Supporting Students
Karen Miller talks pandemic lessons with College 101 Magazine
Ahead of the 2022-2023 academic year, higher education institutions like Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) are embracing new ways of educating and supporting students.
The Summer/Fall 2022 issue of College 101 Magazine looks at how colleges are handling the return to traditional campus life following two years of pandemic-related adjustments.
Tri-C Provost Karen Miller told College 101 that while the College previously offered flexibility, it is now more versatile than ever.
“Our traditional views on what is normal is nothing like our new normal,” she said. “Expectations are different in terms of what students want.”
Support services like counseling, academic advising and career advising also shifted during the pandemic. Miller said there remains a desire for hybrid options at the College and that Tri-C staff and faculty will continue to provide them.
“We will continue to maintain hybrid availability across a lot of our student services,” Miller said. “Whatever works best for the student is how we’ll provide it.”
August 25, 2022
By Anthony Moujaes, 216-987-3068 or firstname.lastname@example.org