The pricing landscape today is challenging. College and universities face acute financial pressures, and families are struggling to afford college. This resource provides in-depth analyses of alternative pricing strategies, as well as a disciplined decision guide to help college and university leaders determine whether to pursue a given strategy.
How should colleges and universities evaluate prospective students who don’t submit standardized test scores? Learn how EAB helped transition three colleges to test-optional with the help of an admissions rubric.
On May 11th, the US Department of Education (ED) published their long-awaited funding allocations and guidance around the $39.6B allocated to the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF III) in the American Rescue Plan. ED’s new guidance builds upon their March 19th updated interpretation for HEERF II uses and lost revenue reimbursement.
FAFSA filing rates have been down significantly this enrollment cycle.. As part of EAB’s work to address this problem, we developed a broad public service campaign to remind students to file the FAFSA and make sure they get the financial support they are entitled to for college. Here’s a look at the results we’ve seen so far.
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