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6 major trends in college and university admissions

According to the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s 12th annual State of College Admission report, which examines the transition from high school to postsecondary education, many higher education institutions…

4 ways universities are reinventing the study “abroad” experience

According to a recent report from the American Council on Education (ACE), fewer than 10 percent of U.S. undergraduates currently participate in study abroad programs. But some innovative colleges and…

3 ways tech can reduce growing costs for student services

As campus IT departments move to on-demand models—ecosystems that support fully-customized and personalized options—for student services and campus functions, it’s also critical to provide these services at a lower over-time…

Campus seeks to get high-risk students access to college

An Ohio college will try to make it easier for low-income and first-generation students to attend college through a new initiative. Antioch College is launching a program called ReinventED Lab +…

Arizona aims to boost Latino degree attainment

Educating every student in Arizona is essential to ensuring the state's economic prosperity, yet a growing portion of Arizona's future workforce is falling short of essential degree attainment, a group…

Universities find a collaborative way to measure and obtain success

By using student data from partner colleges and universities across the country, it can identify more than 75 percent of an institution’s at-risk students, with the ability to save a…

7 innovation factors part of new framework for higher-ed leaders

A new report from 2Revolutions, EDUCAUSE, and Next Generation Learning Challenges has proposed a highly detailed framework for building and sustaining a culture of innovation in higher education: “Building a…

Higher-ed leaders say this is the future of research universities

Inclusiveness, both of students and the community, is the key to obtaining the much-needed funding to secure the future of research universities, said Freeman Hrabowski, president of The University of…

Stanford: Cheating technology is growing, and here’s why

Stanford University's honor code dates to 1921, written by students to help guide them through the minefield of plagiarism, forbidden collaboration, copying and other chicaneries that have tempted undergraduates since…

Will further state higher-ed funding cuts hinder economic innovation?

A new analysis of state spending projects that a slowing in the growth of the labor force will lead to slower economic growth over the next decade, while rising Medicaid…

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