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One of the major higher education developments this year was NACAC’s decision to permit the use of agents who recruit international students abroad.  At last year’s NACAC meeting i... Read More

As national discussions about rising tuition rates and student debt continue to make headlines, law schools are hearing the drumbeat as loudly as anyone. “Law schools across the nation are f... Read More

“Politics is just networking and relationship building in disguise,” said Sheri Kallembach of DeVry University during the session "Navigating Campus Politics" at the AACRAO An... Read More

Are you LinkedIn?

Posted on April 21 2014

Courtney Sanders, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing at Governors State University, would not be in her current position without the professional networking site LinkedIn. ... Read More

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Slow Progress on College Completion

Posted on April 23 2014

The percentage of American adults with a college degree grew 0.7 percent from 2011 to 2012, according to a report on college attainment released on Tuesday by the Lumina Foundation. That ... Read More

Affirmative Action Ban Upheld

Posted on April 22 2014

The U.S. Supreme Court today rejected a challenge to the measure approved by Michigan voters in 2006 to bar public colleges and universities from considering race in admissions. The ruli... Read More

Sen. Claire McCaskill sent an online survey to more than 350 colleges to gather information about how institutions respond to sexual assault and comply with Title IX, BuzzFeed reported, a... Read More

Udacity hopes the certificates it offers to people who complete its massive open online courses are worth something. Now the company plans to charge students accordingly. The company, one of the b... Read More

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This week, the panel tasked with drafting new regulations on program integrity and improvement convened for its third scheduled rulemaking session. Ahead of the meeting, the U.S. Education Departm... Read More

According to a new study published in Education Next, the main impact of eligibility for automatic admission under Texas' "10 percent" plan has been where student enroll, no... Read More

A bipartisan group of seven U.S. senators is urging the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault to adopt three reforms that they say will improve how colleges respond to case... Read More

Many elite universities across the country reported declines in their acceptance rates this year, reports The Sacramento Bee. Officials attribute the drop to a rise in applications from internation... Read More

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The research presented in this article is part of an ongoing effort to use data collected during the college admissions process to help identify which students are likely to perform poorly in their... Read More

In March 2013, the US Department of Education issued guidance to institutions on how to attain approval for competency-based programs under the current title IV, Higher Education Act (HEA) regulati... Read More

Like many community colleges, Monroe Community College (MCC) has been developing a new strategic enrollment management strategy. To this end, the college conducted a communications audit in order t... Read More

There is a growing “swirling” trend of students alternating between 2- and 4-year colleges. The non-linear paths traveled by many community college students often take them through mult... Read More

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