Dr. Barrington Price, vice president of student success and engagement, discusses in an opinion piece in The Hechinger Report concerns about reports of an impending enrollment crisis in higher education and what colleges and universities should be doing to combat it. He writes that there is no shortage of potential new students if colleges widen their recruitment efforts to focus on traditionally overlooked students, including those who might dismiss the possibility of college due to financial constraints or academic performance. 

"If we can help these students reframe their relationship to the process of learning in high school, we have the opportunity to enhance their social mobility and, quite possibly, ensure the survival of higher education," Price wrote. 

Price discusses the support systems Dominican has in place to help students understand their "academic selves" and thrive in college. You can read the entire article here