To help colleges and universities achoeve financial sustainability, EAB is hosting a collaborative that will focus institutions on four key drivers of academic costs and revenues and helps you build a strong plan and a transparent process for achieving financial sustainability.
Develop short-format technology credentials to meet new and accelerated needs during the coronavirus crisis
As more professionals seek technical education to “future-proof” their working life, strong opportunities arise for your university to develop technology programs to meet this high demand and serve your regional economy.
Many advancement teams have a long way to go when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Read our insight to learn how colleges and universities can diversify their advancement shops by attracting, hiring, and onboarding employees with transferable skills.
As university leaders debate how far they must ramp back down to reduce their COVID cases, we reviewed the most common challenges in ramping down labs this past spring with hopes of providing guidance on how to do it again if needed.
When should colleges should focus their outreach efforts to stopout students, and does it vary by school-type? See three insights from our latest research.
Independent school CFOs excel at keeping their institutions running smoothly during the pandemic, but worry about long-term sustainability
Read the five major takeaways from independent school CFOs about their COVID-19 challenges and solutions.
As the racial justice protests unfolded in spring 2020, many colleges and universities released statements of support and acknowledged the need for further action on campus. Examine survey responses from 50 student affairs leaders on top-of-mind concerns regarding fall 2020 and supporting student activists.
This fall, districts should create Family Virtual Learning Profiles, which will improve the effectiveness of remote instruction by better aligning virtual learning activities and communications with the needs of individual households.
Major philanthropy looks different in 2020. There has never been a shortage of philanthropic need, but COVID-19 definitively underscored how wealthy individuals can and should play a role in effecting positive change through giving.
Gregory Haile shares his journey from childhood poverty to become Broward College President. He also urges university leaders to think beyond the “campus-bound” college model.