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As colleges and universities are scrambling for opportunities to cut costs and grow revenues, academic leadership can’t afford limited information for making significant decisions. Internal data can evaluate how programs perform in terms of enrollment goals or cost efficiency, but to understand a program’s potential for performance you want to look to the external market.
Enrollment managers, facing increased pressure to achieve enrollment goals, express interest in leveraging data better but may not fully understand the necessary systems and capabilities. That's where the IT department can help. Learn two ways your IT team can support broader institutional enrollment goals–and raise their profile on campus.
Chances are, it took a mere matter of weeks for the COVID-19 pandemic to throw a major wrench in strategic plans. However, we can’t afford to wait another year before finalizing and implementing bold strategic moves. In fact, revisiting and revising institutional strategy now is perhaps the most important step in ensuring long-term sustainability for our institutions.
Eight out-of-industry-inspired best practices to get the most from your performance management process, supplemented by seven downloadable tools your staff can use to put our recommendations into practice.
Many colleges and universities have devoted significant time and resources to diversifying their faculty pipelines, but ensuring these faculty members stick around is the second—and equally critical—step. Discover eight metrics that can help your institution diagnose faculty racial inequity.
Absent an effective strategy to review and realign the athletics portfolio, institutions risk the depletion of their financial and reputational resources, which is being accelerated due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
In an effort to streamline time-to-degree, academic leaders at UW Eau Claire did degree audits that resulted in policy and curricular reform.