Product Line: Academic Affairs Forum
MBA programs will require best practice program design and recruitment to survive in an increasingly challenging market. College and university leaders must invest in existing programs and should be cautious about upcoming enrollment expectations for existing programs or new launches.
Career services leaders and employers must rethink how employers can connect virtually with students this summer, into the fall, and beyond.
EAB provides insight for academic leaders who must determine how to offer high-quality instruction in multiple modalities as safely as possible.
Why campus de-densification is a complicated set of decisions at the core of college re-opening plans
College and university leaders continue to grapple with difficult questions around bringing their students, faculty, and staff back to campus safely. Read our latest insight for more information on the complicated set of decisions at the core of re-opening plans.
As higher education institutions and other organizations continue to move to an increasingly sustained virtual environment in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, career services offices face the challenge of adapting to engage students and employers virtually. While many career services offices already migrated their offerings and events to a virtual environment this past spring, they must keep their websites up-to-date as staffing, hours, and programs continue to evolve across the late summer and fall.
Participate in EAB’s Career Services Website Audit to learn more about your career services website’s strengths and opportunities for improvement.
As colleges and universities struggle to set budgets for the upcoming fiscal year because of the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, many are looking for concrete guidance on how to reduce operating costs.
To assist leaders in the unprecedented challenge of safely repopulating campus this fall, EAB developed a diagnostic focused on COVID-19 containment and campus de-densification. This diagnostic evaluates your institution’s readiness to implement seven key mitigation strategies.
Traditional developmental education will fail students experiencing “coronavirus slide.” Here’s what higher ed can do to fix it.
Today’s K-12 students experiencing “coronavirus slide” are tomorrow’s rising college students, who will require more support to be successful once they arrive on college campuses or log in to their first virtual orientation session. While the education sector’s disjointed ecosystem has long created roadblocks for students, COVID-19 and its impact on learning loss highlights an urgent need to reform developmental education now to best support learning for incoming students and improve equity in student success.
Peer-advising teams are an cost-effective way to expand the reach of your student support efforts. See seven steps to create your own in just a few weeks.