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Facilitating transfers from community colleges to four-year institutions remains an important focus of federal and state education policy.  For example, in December 2013, University of Califor... Read More

Are MOOCs dead, or are they on the rise? If you read mainstream media, you'll probably conclude that the answer is "both." "The best way to resolve these contradictory signals i... Read More

In an effort to graduate more nontraditional students faster, the U.S. Education Department will test the idea of awarding student aid based on something other than credit hours. The agency's l... Read More

On many campuses, Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) has become integral to enhancing student success.  SEM provides a paradigm for cutting through the clutter of competing priorities to fo... Read More

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When Corinthian Colleges Inc. agreed in July to sell off or close nearly all of its 107 campuses, it left 72,000 students wondering about their futures—and whether they should have ... Read More

The U.S. Education Department, in co-sponsorship with AACRAO and the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), recently held a set of webinars on the requirements relat... Read More

Could unsolicited email help solve the nation's student-debt crisis? The White House, at least, thinks it's worth a try. With many of the nation's 17.5 million borrowers struggling to ... Read More

As civil rights conflicts go, the plight of transgender and "gender fluid" students being rejected from single-sex colleges is typically down on the list - if it makes the list at al... Read More

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The U.S. Education Department, in co-sponsorship with AACRAO and the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), recently held a set of webinars on the requirements relat... Read More

Thirteen states paid for eleventh graders in all public high schools to take the ACT this year, and several more states plan to do so in 2015, reports The Washington Post. More than 1.84 million U... Read More

Oregon's much-discussed proposal to offer students tuition-free college in exchange for a portion of their earnings after graduation failed to gain the support of the state's higher educati... Read More

Texas State Senator Leticia Van de Putte, the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor, unveiled a proposal last week to invest $2 billion in a new fund to provide free community and technical co... Read More

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C&U Volume 89, Number 3(.pdf)

Posted on May 6 2014

Crossing the GEM frontier: Graduate admission professionals participation in enrollment management  C. Dean Campbell, Ed.D. and Jahmaine Smith, MBA Dietary Identities in Higher Education: At... Read More

C&U Volume 89, Number 2(.pdf)

Posted on January 27 2014

The Evolution in College Admissions Requirements: 1885-1905 David English and Christopher Broadhurst Why Not Go Online? Myths that Deter Institutions from Utilizing Online Course Evaluations Lau... Read More

C&U Volume 89, No. 1(.pdf)

Posted on January 27 2014

The Impact of Online Applications on Higher Education Outcomes Jennifer L. Kobrin and Kelcey Edwards Factors Influencing Student-Athletes' Decision To Attend a Military Service Academy Lynn ... Read More

C&U Volume 88, No.4(.pdf)

Posted on January 27 2014

A Comparison of For-Profit and Community Colleges' Admissions Practices Constance Iloh and William G. Tierney How Hollywood Movies Influence International Students to Study in the United Stat... Read More

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