Priya Thomas

Priya Thomas helps campuses enrich peer learning experiences and improve student outcomes as a Campus Success Lead for Knack. She has 15 years of experience in higher education and student affairs, including work with wellness, mental health, student leadership and involvement, and fraternity and sorority life. She enjoys discovering local restaurants, travel, and learning new things.

How Peer Tutoring Relates to the Top 5 Skills in Business

Generation Z students are entrepreneurial and desire practical skills with their education,...

Reframing College Tutoring Jobs to Attract Top Students

How do students view tutoring jobs on your campus?

Peer Tutoring as a Method of Academic Enrichment

Tutoring has broad value and broad purpose, but it’s easy to miss if we default to viewing it in a...

How to Ensure Your Academic Support Services Leave No Student Behind

Academic support services exist to provide services that support students in their pursuit of...

The Power of Tutor Reflection

In the tutor-student relationship, we tend to focus first on the student getting tutored.

The Untapped Potential of Peer Support

Changes are inevitable for higher education. With shrinking budgets, hiring freezes, and overall...

Hang On, Higher Ed

Higher education’s decade-long journey to course correct just took an interesting turn.

The 21st-Century Role of Peer Tutoring Programs in Higher Ed

The 21st century continues to evolve in ways most of us wouldn’t have predicted in our wildest...

Serving The Students You Don’t Hear About

Higher education places a huge emphasis on data collection and assessment as a means to measure...

How Campus Buy-In Can Supercharge Your Tutoring Program

“No man is an island” and “it takes a village to raise a child” are two common phrases that...

Students Need More Tutoring During COVID-19. Why are they using less?

COVID-19 has created a rocky terrain for learning in higher ed.

Digital Badging: Going Beyond the Curriculum

A college degree is not a magic ticket — it does not inherently result in a job offer.