Community support networks
The projects that contribute to this endeavor are as follows:
A community support program for first year Dutch Caribbean students
- HIT:Hang In There
A digital peer support program for first year students
- Sense of Belonging Research
Master’s Anthropology research by Karym Leito
- DIN: Disability support Network
Support program for students with disabilities
- SFB Monitor:Students with Disabilities Monitor
Campus wide survey among students with and without disabilities about the experience of studying with a disability
- Student Mobilization
Facilitating activities by the staff of the Student Branch to promote students coming together in support of each other
- Community mothers/fathers
Engaging parents in the community; mothers at the mother’s program at community Center De Mussen, and fathers at the Father program Laak
- Community meetings
Engaging community members about their possible role as a support network for students
Support program from the Department of Social Work for delayed students
- Applied Mathematics Research
Campus wide survey among students about community support networks.
The research has three guiding questions:
- What does your support network look like?
- How do you create an effective support network?
- What are the obstacles?
- What are facilitating factors?
- Within a cultural context of individuality?
- How do you activate your support network?