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The 2018 AACRAO Annual Meeting will have multiple opportunities for conversations focused around global trends in education starting with the Opening Plenary speaker Francisco Marmolejo, Lead, Glob... Read More

Rebecca Mathern, University Registrar at Oregon State University,  is the inaugural year recipient of the AACRAO Research Grant.  The grant consists of a $2,000 stipend to be used towards... Read More

Making SEM personal

Posted on December 12 2017

  by Howard E. Shanken, AACRAO Senior Consultant It was the summer of 1978, and I was preparing to teach my first semester. I was just hired as a full-time psychology faculty member at Jorda... Read More

by Jon Jump, Associate Dean of the College and Registrar, Wabash College and Brenda Schumann, Senior Associate Registrar, The University of Texas at Austin The Baden-Württemberg Seminar ... Read More

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Apparent Relief for Grad Students

Posted on December 14 2017

Senate and House negotiators meeting this week to craft compromise tax-reform legislation plan to exclude from a final bill some controversial proposals affecting students and colleges, according t... Read More

'Too Much, Too Fast'?

Posted on December 14 2017

The Republican-led Congress's early attempt at rewriting the federal Higher Education Act uses incentives and deregulation to encourage new twists on college, including competency-bas... Read More

Testing companies get a lot of scrutiny — and scorn. But sometimes they do something that’s bound to make people happy. No, really. On Wednesday the ACT announced that, as of... Read More

Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives began in earnest on Tuesday to finalize an ambitious bill to reauthorize the main federal law governing higher education. The House’s Committ... Read More

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Congressional leaders on Wednesday announced a tentative agreement on a final tax bill that would leave out some of the House's controversial higher education provisions. Senate and House nego... Read More

Democratic senators have spoken out in opposition of the repeal of net-neutrality rules, reports Inside Higher Ed. The Federal Communication Commission, which has a Republican majority, is expecte... Read More

The Department of Education's inspector general recommended this week that the review of student loan relief applications (known as borrower-defense claims) resume after several months without ... Read More

Congress on Thursday approved a two-week funding bill, narrowly avoiding a government shutdown one day ahead of the deadline, Politico reported. Senators approved the measure on a 81-14 vote, soon ... Read More

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