Transfer students losing ‘significant’ academic credits

A new study examines barriers and motivations for transfer students--with major implications for institutions
Three in 10 college transfer students are losing an alarming number of academic credits upon moving to a new institution, according to a study from UPCEA, an association…

How can community colleges boost enrollments?

There’s more to the story when it comes to downward trends in community college enrollments
While undergraduate college enrollments have been declining steadily since 2012, the trend this year has taken a further downward turn, particularly for community colleges. According to the latest…

“Hybrid living” is changing the student experience at this HBCU

North Carolina Central University leverages hybrid living and hybrid learning to transform how students live and learn, attract quality faculty and staff, and build community
Higher education has been tasked with learning how to evolve to meet the needs of its students and stakeholders, all of whom want to ensure their financial investments…

5 ways community colleges can re-enroll adult learners

A new report offers step-by-step recommendations to help community colleges re-enroll adult learners and former students.
Amid nationwide declines in community college enrollment, a new report from nonprofit InsideTrack offers step-by-step guidance and recommendations to help community college leaders reconnect with and re-enroll students…

Improve the student experience to maintain student retention

Data-driven strategies around the student experience can help higher education institutions proactively buoy student retention rates.
With higher education enrollment trending down and economic uncertainty on the rise, retaining enrolled students is vital to the financial health of higher education institutions. That’s a tall…

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