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You have the data—now visualize it

Posted on October 18 2016

These days, data is everywhere. “People have a lot of information, but they don’t necessarily know how to use that information in helpful ways,” said Chris Shaffer, Director of I... Read More

As we grow both personally and professionally, we develop expertise. We learn skills -- for example: how to manage time, plan and execute projects, and conduct meetings -- with the craft and certai... Read More

By Jody Gordon, Senior Consultant, AACRAO SEM Consulting & Vice President, Students and Enrolment Management at the University of the Fraser Valley in Abbotsford, B.C. Canada Post-secondary in... Read More

The start of October means cooler temps, warmer beverages, added layers, and #AACRAOctober! AACRAO has once again teamed up with the folks at #EMchat to host weekly strategic enrollment chats lea... Read More

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Borrowing Falls as Prices Keep Climbing

Posted on October 26 2016

Tuition pricing, financial aid and student debt levels are still in their postrecession mold. Prices followed a continuing pattern of slowing growth between 2015-16 and 2016-17 while still increas... Read More

After the presidential election, perhaps the most pressing political question in Washington is this: Can Republicans maintain their majorities in both the House and Senate? So if Democrats gain con... Read More

When for-profit giants Corinthian Colleges and ITT Technical Institutes shuttered, thousands of veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan lost more than $1 billion in federal education fu... Read More

A change in federal labor law that takes effect in December 2016 has colleges and universities scrambling to sort out which salaried employees will be due extra pay if they work more than 40 hours ... Read More

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AACRAO joined a broad coalition of student advocacy and higher education groups to urge lawmakers to protect Pell Grant spending. When Congress returns after the elections, appropriators will atte... Read More

College tuition rates continue to steadily rise, but students are borrowing less money, according to two College Board reports released on Wednesday. The "Trends in College Pricing" ... Read More

The Competency-Based Education Network (C-BEN), a group of institutions focused on addressing challenges in competency-based degree programs, released a draft set of voluntary quality standards for... Read More

Members of Congress are urging their colleagues to provide the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) authority to restore GI Bill benefits for students who attend schools that permanently close,... Read More

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