• Tech and Transfer 2018

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  • Annual Meeting 2018


Invitation to submit a poster presentation

Posted on February 14 2018

What’s happening in your department or on your campus? Consider sharing it through a Poster Presentation at the 2018 AACRAO Annual Meeting, Orlando World Center Marriott, Orlando, FL, March 2... Read More

Participate in the 2018 Open Doors Surveys

Posted on February 14 2018

The 2018 Open Doors surveys on international students and on U.S. study abroad are now open and available to U.S. higher education institutions.  The compila... Read More

Call for volunteers: AACRAO Workgroups

Posted on February 13 2018

Members make work groups work Through its work groups, AACRAO has provided guidance to its membership on transfer initiatives, disciplinary notations on transcripts, and gender identity (coming so... Read More

"Field Notes" is a monthly Connect column covering practical and philosophical issues facing admissions and registrar professionals. The columns are authored by variou... Read More

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Leaders in the U.S. Senate brought four immigration bills to the floor for a vote Thursday, each needing 60 votes to advance. All four failed, leaving a solution for recipients of the Deferred... Read More

Scramble for Aid Money in Budget Deal

Posted on February 16 2018

Tucked into last week's U.S. Senate budget deal was $4 billion for student-centered programs that aid "college completion and affordability." Congressional leaders who struck th... Read More

Negotiators failed to reach consensus Thursday on new language for borrower-defense regulations, clearing the way for the U.S. Department of Education to craft its own version of regulations design... Read More

House GOP leaders are forging ahead with their own hard-line immigration bill, as the Senate threw in the towel Thursday on legislation to protect hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from dep... Read More

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The Senate this week kicked off the chamber's first real debate of immigration policy since 2013. Education groups are keeping up the pressure on lawmakers to figure out a solution for the hund... Read More

Universal mandatory college entrance exams could help bridge the gap between low-income students and selective universities, according to a recent study by a professor at the University of Connecti... Read More

A new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research finds that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has had a positive impact on the educational and life decisions of undoc... Read More

New data from the Lumina Foundation shows that in 2016, 46.9 percent of Americans aged 25 to 64 had a postsecondary degree or certificate—a 1.1 percentage point increase over the previous yea... Read More

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