• Senior Symposium On International Education

  • Curriculum Management and the Role of the Registrar

  • 2016 Technology & Transfer Conference

  • Nominations


In the digital age, face-to-face time with colleagues and potential mentors is becoming rarer. But it may be more important than ever.  According to the research: Face-to-face meetings bui... Read More

Recent changes to the FAFSA (review here) have created a flurry of questions—and some great opportunities for campuses across the country. Is your campus ready? To be sure you’re havin... Read More

Ask the FERPA Professor

Posted on June 28 2016

Professor, On page 14 of the AACRAO 2012 FERPA Guide, it states: "A student cannot use the right to opt out of directory information to remain anonymous in the classroom, either in person or... Read More

Courses @ Brown, launched in March 2016, is an innovative tool that allows students to add courses to a cart and register through the Brown University SIS application. “It’s a course s... Read More

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The U.S. Departments of Labor and Education today made publicly available the final rules to implement the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), an historic expansion of opportunity for ... Read More

The fourth and final "Borrower Defense Progress Report" was released on Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Education. It cites 26,603 claims for debt relief, of which 87 percent wer... Read More

The Institute for College Access and Success released a new report Wednesday that finds nearly one in 10 community college students, or 9 percent, don't have access to federal st... Read More

Brexit's Enrollment Effects

Posted on June 29 2016

Will a British exit from the European Union lead to a drop in enrollment of European students at U.K. universities? Many expect that it will. Currently E.U. nationals make up 5.5 percent of s... Read More

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The U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce on Tuesday unveiled its plan to overhaul the Perkins Career and Technical Education Act. The legislation, entitled the Strengthening Career ... Read More

On Tuesday, the ACT announced plans to change the scoring for its optional writing test, The Chronicle of Higher Education reported. Starting this fall, the writing test will be scored on a 2-to-12... Read More

The Obama administration on Friday announced the 67 colleges and universities selected to participate in its Second Chance Pell Pilot Program, The Washington Post reported. The experiment, announc... Read More

Late last week, a federal panel voted to deny recognition to the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), the largest national accreditor that oversees many for-profit coll... Read More

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