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New development could help colleges improve student retention

New development could help colleges improve student retention

A project that aims to identify common factors for why college students transfer, drop out, or fail to complete courses has released full definitions for the more than 60 data…

Wash. college to use web data to learn about its students

Wash. college to use web data to learn about its students

Columbia Basin College in Washington state wants to use the sea of information available about current and prospective students, from the courses they select to the pages they "like" on…

Freshmen students say rankings aren’t key factor in college choice

Once more, the largest and longest running survey of new U.S. college students refutes the often-stated belief by many in higher education that the U.S. News Best Colleges rankings are…

MOOCs can set an online example in educating women

MOOCs can set an online example in educating women

There's a large implication to MOOCs that U.S. universities so far have missed: the ability to export gender equality and powerful female role models to the rest of the world.…

How Penn State is now a leader in Clery Act compliance

How Penn State is now a leader in Clery Act compliance

Penn State finds itself in the unusual position of having gone from one of the worst violators of the Clery Act to a leader in compliance. Here's what other campus…

New survey finds college administrators ditching tenure

College administrators will continue to rely heavily on adjunct instructors and faculty who won't be eligible for tenure, according to a new poll of higher education officials, the Huffington Post…

More proof that the economics of higher education must change

More proof that the economics of higher education must change

Continuing a recent trend, more incoming freshmen at four-year colleges said money was a key factor in their choice of school—and the percentage of students who said their main reason…

Free digital textbooks surge in popularity

Free digital textbooks surge in popularity

As college textbook prices continue to climb, a free alternative to traditional textbooks has gathered steam—and its provider claims that students at more than half of U.S. colleges are taking…

University of California president to retire

Mark Yudof, the president of the University of California system, announced Friday he will end his tenure on Aug. 31, 2013, the Huffington Post reports. …

As athletes wield more influence online, NCAA tries to educate on social media

As athletes wield more influence online, NCAA tries to educate on social media

The popularity of Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram among NCAA athletes has ripped down curtains that have long shielded high-profile athletic programs—and the issues caused by social media have college administrators…

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