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This month, we are interviewing Luke Schultheis, Ph.D., Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He has been an AACRAO member since 2002, and is c... Read More

”Meet the AACRAO Staff” is an occasional Connect feature. It’s one way for members to get to know some of the folks hard at work in the AACRAO office. Another way? Come see us in ... Read More

Common Core State Standards and assessments are designed to determine whether students are prepared to enter college and give schools the time to support students where intervention is needed.... Read More

Ask the FERPA Professor

Posted on August 26 2015

Greetings professor, Our VP of Enrollment Management is requesting unrestricted access to all current student records for their admissions staff. I’m having trouble seeing the educational ne... Read More

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No Love, But No Alternative

Posted on September 1 2015

As recently as three years ago, it seemed unlikely that the existing system of accreditation would survive the next renewal of the Higher Education Act in anything remotely resembling its current f... Read More

Different Conclusions on Sex Assaults

Posted on September 1 2015

About 5 percent of students -- more than 1,000 students in total -- at the University of Kentucky experienced a sexual assault in the past year, according to the results of a new survey t... Read More

The U.S. Education Department has found that Michigan State University’s sexual-assault and sexual-harassment policies violated the federal gender-equity law known as Title IX, creating a &qu... Read More

Louis Blackmon was 11 when the floodwaters unleashed by Hurricane Katrina churned through his family’s East New Orleans home, filling it with brackish water and plastering the ceiling with mu... Read More

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The University of Texas System Board of Regents adopted a policy last week under which a campus president may, in a limited number of cases, offer admission to a "qualified" applican... Read More

New data from the U.S. Education Department show a large increase in the number of borrowers enrolling in income-based student loan repayment plans. As of June, nearly 3.9 million federal direct l... Read More

Federal regulators are considering suing Navient Corp., the nation's largest student loan company, for allegedly cheating borrowers, reports The Huffington Post. The Consumer Financial Protect... Read More

A new report by the Education Commission of the States examines the various ways states are implementing reverse transfer programs that award students for previously earned credit, reports Inside H... Read More

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