• Summer Institute 2015

  • AACRAO 2015 ANNUAL MEETING

  • 2015 Tech Transfer Call

Across the nation, a growing number of states launched '15 to Finish' campaigns to encourage on-time graduation in their two- and four-year institutions. Although studies show a consis... Read More

Convert leads with personalized outreach

Posted on January 27 2015

Students have many options available when choosing to pursue a degree in higher education. In a highly competitive environment, students depend on colleges and universities to facilitate the decisi... Read More

Ask the FERPA Professor

Posted on January 27 2015

Earlier this month, students at Stanford University ramped up requests for access to their education records with the apparent goal of determining what factors the admissions office used to accept ... Read More

Oh, the places you’ll go with AACRAO!

Posted on January 27 2015

How do you decide whether to attend a meeting? Top considerations may be factors such as stimulating program content, interesting presenters/attendees and exciting meeting location. AACRAO'... Read More

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The White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault on Monday published new recommendations aimed at helping colleges and local law police departments work together more effectively ... Read More

Blizzard Shuts Many Colleges

Posted on January 27 2015

Many colleges in New England, the New York area and New Jersey are closed today due to the massive blizzard in the region. Smith College decided to announce its decisions on second-round early-deci... Read More

Bending the Cost Curve

Posted on January 27 2015

Online education can "bend the cost curve" of an undergraduate degree, according to a working paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research, but whether the lower tuition is ca... Read More

A panel of Virginia senators advanced a bill Monday that would require public colleges to report an alleged campus sexual assault to police within 24 hours of notification, defying the wishe... Read More

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The White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault on Monday published new recommendations aimed at helping colleges and local law police departments work together more effectively ... Read More

President Obama's State of the Union address on Tuesday evening placed higher education in the spotlight with calls to make community college free for some students and to overhaul the tax code... Read More

Advocates of study abroad tout its advantages to students, saying it arms them with cultural skills critical in a global workplace. New research reveals that, while going abroad makes students more... Read More

According to a California state judge's ruling, a regional accreditor denied City College of San Francisco due process and the two-year college must be given a new opportunity to argue against ... Read More

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