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Join the July Book Club to discuss "The Transfer Experience: A Handbook for Creating a More Equitable and Successful Postsecondary System."
The FERPA Professor answers a member questions regarding research and record notation.
The small college registrar webinar series continues with William Stanfill, Ed Siffring, and Julia Funaki.
Field Notes: AACRAO Women's Caucus Chair Laura Remillard writes on the importance of self-advocacy and gives tips on how to improve.
New survey is open exploring criminal & disciplinary questions in undergraduate admissions and recruitment.
Learn about the behind-the-scenes work that went into creating AACRAO's latest on-demand course on the history of American Higher Education
An interview with Renee Esparza, Austin Community College, Transfer Resource Director, about successful transfer strategies and her upcoming session at AACRAO's 2021 Transfer Practice Summit.
Attend AACRAO's July Book Club to discus "The Transfer Experience: A Handbook for Creating a More Equitable and Successful Postsecondary System."
Learn more about the International Institute coming in July.
Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) Phase II Report is out now and available for download.
The FERPA Professor answers questions regarding the recordation provision and inadvertent information release.
Free webinar hosted by the Caribbean Examinations Council focused on protocols, procedures, and adaptations in the examination cycle.
Learn more about the small college registrar summer series coming in late June.
AACRAO researcher looks at the data and explores the needs of the modern transfer student.
The National Association of Registrars of the Universities and Colleges of Canada hosts webinar to explore new platform.
New report finds that fewer students, particularly low-income and minority, filled out the student aid application form. The figures could indicate more enrollment declines for fall 2021.
Many institutions believe such policies improve broad access for low-income, underrepresented, and first-generation students.
The university system admitted its largest, most diverse undergraduate class for fall 2021, while its acceptance rate dropped amid increased applications.