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6 influential technologies on the higher ed horizon

The rise of robots is no longer science fiction; and any institution interested in remaining relevant in the next five years should start advancing “cultures of innovation.” These are just…

Minn. colleges try new recruitment, enrollment strategies

Colleges have responded to enrollment drops by changing programming, recruitment strategies and enrollment models. Two-year colleges have to think differently about the students they're recruiting, because they're directly competing with the…

Repayment rates can help explain student loans

Colleges and universities have for years used cohort default rates (CDRs) to evaluate how affordable their schools are and how well their students do once they leave campus. But with…

The high cost of higher education

Students who applied early to the University of New Hampshire will know by the end of the month if they were accepted. Then many would-be Wildcats will start biting their…

4 paths to gain buy-in for analytics projects

Have you ever had a great idea for an analytics project only to see it end up in approval purgatory? Or maybe you've had some initial successes with analytics and…

Seeking competitive advantage? Look to “clusters”

An increasingly discussed topic in academics is the concept of “cluster” networks. According to experts, these clusters – the co-location and interconnection of related industries and schools – help increase…

College admissions now using social media like never before

According to the results of a new Kaplan Test Prep survey, a higher percentage of United States college admissions officers visit the social media pages of applicants in order to…

Harvard report aims to improve college admissions

A new report issued by the Harvard Graduate School of Education and supported by scores of other institutions offers recommendations intended to ease the pressure of the college admissions process…

Is poor facilities management costing higher ed billions?

Higher education could save roughly $14.7B by tightening the use of their facilities and better manage course scheduling. That’s just one major finding of a recent report that aims to…

Wisconsin’s plans for more affordable college

Borrowers paying back their student loans would get a bigger break on their taxes and more students at Wisconsin’s technical colleges could receive need-based aid under bills Gov. Scott Walker…

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