Campus Compliance Blog

How do Implicit Biases Affect Students on Campus?

Posted on 3 January 2017 |

implicit biases affect students on campus

implicit biases affect students on campus Race, gender, religion, nationality, body size, etc. are all examples of things that people hold bias toward. And no matter how...

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5 Ways to Spot a Phishing Scheme

Posted by Josh Young on 29 December 2016 |

5 ways to spot a phishing scheme

5 ways to spot a phishing scheme Since 2015, cybercriminals and hackers have relied on social engineering techniques – such as phishing email schemes -- as their...

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Common Cybersecurity Threats to the Modern Campus

Posted by Josh Young on 22 December 2016 |

common cybersecurity threats to the modern campus

common cybersecurity threats to the modern campus In 2014, five of the largest data breeches[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kyle-mccarthy/five-colleges-with-data-b_b_6474800.html] recorded by Privacy Rights Clearinghouse involved educational institutions, and the trend to target universities has...

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6 Ways to Create an Inclusive Campus for International Students

Posted on 20 December 2016 |

international student inclusion

international student inclusion Over the past few years, the number of international students enrolling in U.S. schools has been on the rise. In 2016, the number finally...

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What Do You Need To Know About Managing Student Data?

Posted by Josh Young on 15 December 2016 |

what do you need to know about managing student data

what do you need to know about managing student data Modern technology has given us more options on how campuses and students interact. Teachers can assign tasks...

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How to Protect Your Campus from Data Breaches

Posted on 13 December 2016 |

how to protect your campus from data breaches

how to protect your campus from data breaches Almost every day, it seems like an organization reports that its data has been compromised. Whether it’s Social Security...

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Why Your Campus Needs an Internet Usage Policy

Posted by Josh Young on 8 December 2016 |

why your campus needs an internet usage policy

why your campus needs an internet usage policy From the classroom to the dorm, internet usage dominates much of academic life. Students can take online courses, submit projects,...

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What are Safe Spaces & How are Campuses Using Them?

Posted on 6 December 2016 |

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campus safe spaces definition In 2016, the word “safe space” has become a buzz word across college campuses nationwide. Many students have asked their colleges to implement safe...

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5 Strategies for Students to Stand Up to Cyberbullying

Posted by Katie Brown on 1 December 2016 |

cyberbullying prevention strategies

Cyberbullying, a form of traditional bullying, has become increasingly common among adolescences and younger generations. As modern technology and social media continue to grow and evolve, new opportunities...

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4 Can’t-Miss Compliance Training Courses for Campus Employees

Posted by Katie Brown on 29 November 2016 |

higher ed compliance training

higher ed compliance training Hiring, developing and retaining key employees is important to the success of the overall campus community. From administrators and staff members to faculty and...

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