"[Melanie Gottlieb said] an increase in market competition among international schools, economic shifts that impacted monetary exchange rates, and the pandemic are all factors that play into international enrollment declining."
"[R]ecent survey results provided by the American Council on Education and the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers [show] there is a lot to be encouraged by based on the results."
“About two-thirds of institutions in the U.S. have typically asked for and collected criminal history as part of their admissions applications,” said Reilly.
"[Mike Reilly] said he doesn't expect colleges to 'get this right in one admissions cycle.' But he said he takes heart in the progress already underway and also hopes this year's forced experiment will bring longer-lasting changes."
AACRAO research report examines the current, and changing, landscape of digital credentialing in 2021. Through a series of impact surveys conducted throughout 2020 AACRAO gained key insights into the transition institutions have made from in-person, and paper based processes, to the secure digitization of those processes.
AACRAO research indicates that there are likely to be several hundred CEMO openings in the United Statesin the next three years. To offer guidance for that career path, the report also explored the responsibilities, workloads, and common challenges faced by CEMOs and asked respondents what skills they considered most important to the position.
Congress confirmed President-elect Joe Biden's victory early Thursday morning, after the normally ceremonial ritual exploded into chaos as a mob stormed and occupied the U.S. Capitol building.
AACRAO celebrates the swift response of the the higher education community in opposition to the Trump administration's ill-conceived policy that would have required international students to attend in-person classes in the fall in order to remain in the country.
Mike Reilly discusses some concerns about what information institutions will be asked to provide as directory information.
Mike Reilly discusses how institutions can work to provide the U.S. Census Bureau the relevant information needed to complete an accurate count.