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Exploring the Changing Landscape of College Athletics

This working session will bring together presidents from similar NCAA divisions to discuss the challenges their institutions are grappling with in navigating the evolving issues impacting college athletics.

Demystifying Alternative Credentials and Providers for Cabinets: Opportunities and Threats at the Cutting Edge of Adult and Grad Growth

Stackable certificates, microcredentials, and MOOCs 2.0—among a plethora of alternative offerings—are evolving quickly, engaging a growing share of post-baccalaureate learners. Higher ed leaders are concerned that traditional institutions and credentials are being disrupted, potentially replaced altogether.

Research and Services

Presidential Resource Hub

Discover upcoming events and EAB research to help college and university presidents address the most pressing challenges facing their institutions.

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EAB New Executive Intensives

With COVID-19 disruptions, faculty and staff burnout, and increasing financial pressures, stepping into a new role in the education industry can be daunting. EAB’s New Executive Intensives are designed to support successful leadership transitions across K-12 and higher education.

Why you should start planning for a multi-modal future campus today

We recently held a virtual event for college and university cabinets about the role of technology in achieving mission and financial goals. Discover our three takeaways on adopting digital-first and multi-modal strategies.

Planning for Higher Ed’s Digital-First, Hybrid Future

College and university cabinets must start responding to financial and mission threats by adopting digital-first and multimodal strategies. Use his briefing to spark honest dialogue about higher ed’s multimodal future.

Quick Reads

What college presidents can learn from Zappos

While the term customer service can make some campus leaders uncomfortable, those who can suspend their initial disbelief can gain these three valuable lessons about student and staff engagement from the private sector.

4 ways to prepare for a shrinking enrollment pipeline

Between 2025 and 2029, the college-age population in the United States is expected to see a 15% decline. Learn four ways that colleges and universities can work to secure their student enrollment pipeline in the coming years.

How must we evolve to remain relevant to the student of tomorrow?

Use this infographic to understand the ten key drivers of change in higher education and ideas that institutions can either pursue (or not) to meet the demands of our future students.

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Higher Education Strategy Forum

Helping college and university presidents navigate this increasingly challenging environment of higher education through tailored support, strategic research, and opportunities for off-the-record discussion with peers.

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