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AACRAO's Strategic Enrollment Management Endorsement Program (SEM-EP) provides a well-defined, self-paced professional development program and career advancement track for enrollment profession... Read More

by Stan Henderson, former President, AACRAO   The closing session of the conference promises to bring one of the most engaging sessions in recent memory.  Madeleine Albright, one of the... Read More

Greetings,  It is our pleasure to present this executive summary of the ongoing activities of the Standardization of Postsecondary Education Electronic Data Exchange (SPEEDE) Commit... Read More

Open Doors survey is now open

Posted on February 24 2015

Deadline: March 27, 2015 | Complete Survey Online   The International Student Census Survey, which captures fall 2014 data on international students in the U.S., is part of th... Read More

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Killing All State Support

Posted on March 6 2015

Arizona has a reputation for frugality with regard to state support for higher education, but a deal reached this week between Governor Doug Ducey and legislative leaders is leaving educators in th... Read More

Paul LeBlanc, president of Southern New Hampshire University, will take a three-month leave of absence to join the Department of Education as a senior adviser to the under secretary of education, T... Read More

Who's Next? Who Isn't?

Posted on March 6 2015

Sweet Briar College’s sudden decision to close may cause other struggling private colleges to do the same by creating a new paradigm for when a college should call it quits. That’s the... Read More

Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin is proposing to cut $300-million from the state’s university system over the next two years. Across the Great Lakes, his fellow Republican governors in Michigan... Read More

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Late last week, a bipartisan group of 12 U.S. senators reintroduced legislation aimed at curbing sexual violence on campuses in ways that protect both victims and accused students, reported The Chr... Read More

Last January, the federal government launched a new online complaint system for veterans, members of the armed services, and their families to report problems with colleges that receive funds from ... Read More

The U.S. Department of Education on Friday announced plans to end contracts with five private collection agencies after finding they made "materially inaccurate representations" to s... Read More

Facing scrutiny over its practices for responding to sexual assault, a liberal arts college in Iowa has asked federal investigators to review whether three cases were handled appropriately, the Ass... Read More

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