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Almost all institutions are using social media and email to communicate with students, potential students, alumni and other audiences. Those interactions are creating vast amounts of unstructured d... Read More

A transfer umbrella

Posted on May 3 2016by BB

2+2. 3+1. Transfer agreement. Admissions agreement. Articulation agreement.  There are almost as many names for them as there are ways to manage them. Institutions have come up with a wide va... Read More

Not all those who wander are lost. - J.R.R. Tolkien Each fall, thanks to the generosity of the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts (MWK), north American higher e... Read More

April was a halfway mark of sorts for the FAFSA policy shift—almost halfway between the date the change was announced (September 2015) and the date it will go into effect (October 2016.) &ld... Read More

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The U.S. Department of Justice has notified the president of the University of North Carolina system that it is violating federal civil-rights law by following a controversial new state law that ha... Read More

The Ignored Graduates

Posted on May 5 2016

After two years at the University of Richmond, Susannah Haisley felt her education was getting too expensive. So she transferred to Clemson University, in her home state of South Carolina, with a g... Read More

Overall crime rates have fallen over the past decade on the nation’s college campuses, but the number of reported forcible sex crimes on campus has substantially increased, according to feder... Read More

Gov. Nathan Deal vetoed legislation Tuesday that would allow college students to carry concealed guns onto campuses after lawmakers defied his personal request for changes that would make exce... Read More

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Chicago State University on Friday announced layoffs for more than 300 employees, a dramatic downsizing a week after the state finally approved a short-term funding reprieve, The Chicago Tribune re... Read More

On Tuesday, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal vetoed legislation that would allow college students to carry concealed guns at all public colleges and universities in the state, The Atlanta Journal-Const... Read More

Overall crime rates have fallen over the past decade on the nation's college campuses, but the number of reported forcible sex crimes on campus has substantially increased, according to new dat... Read More

Kentucky Republican Governor Matt Bevin postponed the Dual Credit and Work-Ready Scholarship Program which would pay for up to two years of college for the state's high school graduates, report... Read More

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