This paper aims to demonstrate the variety of ways institutions and their libraries approach student success both conceptionally and operationally.
Librarians from nine different institutions of higher education were given a series of questions about student success on their campuses and in their libraries. They responded with written essays describing their experiences and perspectives.
The contributed pieces are collected together and display a shared interest in defining “student success,” aligning strategic planning with student success initiatives and establishing (and assessing) strong infrastructure to support student success.
These examples help us observe what is happening throughout higher education and see potential paths forward at our own institutions engaged in this work.