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IRSC Professional Enhancement Day Resources: Home

This guide provides access to resources which provide additional information based on the content discussed during Professional Enhancement Day.


Achieving the Dream™ - Offers resources which offer guidance and tools to help improve the success rates of students with an emphasis on low income students and students of color.

American Association of Colleges & Universities – Features publications, research, programs, and initiatives with an emphasis on diversity, equity, and inclusiveness.

Center for Urban Education (CUE – USC) – Offers tools to facilitate institutional practices and to implement strategies.

Diverse Issues in Higher Education – Provides information contributing to the success of individual success.

Indian River State College Equity – Provides overview of equity and related topics.

Inside Higher Education – Article called a Michelangelo of Teachers well worth reading.

Lumina Foundation – Focuses on success in higher education and closing achievement gaps.

NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education – Offers resources, communities, and support on diversity and equity.

National College Access Network – Offers strategies, tool kits, publications, and more to advance equity and promote success.

Campus Safety

Indian River State College Safety and Security – Offers safety tips, videos, guides, campus information, and more.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service – Features campus safety awareness publications.

U.S. Department of Education – Provides resources, regulations, data, and more as it relates to campus safety.

U.S. Department of Justice – Offers prevention resources among other content.

Forthcoming Topics

Florida Center for Students with Unique Abilities – Includes program development resources beneficial to creating an optimum college experience for students with unique abilities.

Ferrell, L. (2017). Facilitating an intergenerational classroom. Greater Faculties, 1(4). Retrieved from

Selected References from Tia Brown McNair, Ed.D's presentation