Not just a moral imperative: Learn how schools are seeing ROI in their student success efforts and the business case for new or continued investment in student success.
Even those institutions able to continue growing will typically see growth in a small number of academic programs and declines in many others.
Being productive over the holidays doesn’t necessarily mean checking tasks off your to-do list or knocking out big projects.
Renewal needs are often hidden behind walls, on roofs, or underground, making it difficult for campus leaders outside Facilities to understand the urgency to address deferred maintenance. The University of Maryland, College Park (UMD) developed an effective two-pronged communication strategy to illustrate capital renewal needs to the campus community. Ultimately, UMD was able to secure $10 million in annual deferred maintenance funding for 12 years and $100 million to replace an old science building.
It’s National Mentoring Month. Do your students have a mentor?
Waiting to visit the career center (or not visiting it at all) is one of the most common blunders students make. Here’s how colleges drive new students to the career center.
Shifting demographics mean that enrollment marketing is more important now than ever before. To facilitate discussions on campus about enrollment marketing, here’s a quick guide to the college enrollment cycle.
Since October, over 30 colleges and universities have been participating in EAB’s Student Affairs Forum Collaborative, a community preparing for increased student activism and campus flashpoints as we near the 2020 US presidential election..
These common shortcomings might seem small, but they can hold back your career, according to a study of 113 candidates who—almost—got a senior leadership role.
The typical college’s technology ecosystem is more complex, fragmented, and disconnected than ever before. Learn how a data integration strategy can help colleges connect multiple disparate systems.