Analysis of Subsidizing Capabilities of College Counselors
Subsidizing poor students is an important part of college student affairs management. As the directors, organizers and practitioners of managing college student affairs, college counselors must have strong subsidizing capabilities to help poor students successfully finish their studies and become qualified builders and reliable successors of the future society. The subsidizing capabilities of college counselors mainly include managing capability, monitoring capability, and humanistic care and psychological counseling capability.
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