“Your reputation is at risk.”
Since 1995, the University of Alabama has issued electronic debit and ID cards, called Action Cards, to its students.
Wright State University invested significantly in printing equipment only to see demand decline. That lead administrators to overhaul the Ohio institution’s entire printing system.
Maybe the last thing you want to do in environmentally conscious Oregon is implement an efficiency-oriented solution that ends up resulting in greater paper use.
In two short years, Western Iowa Tech Community College upgraded from generic paper-based admissions packets to a personalized packet to online microsites tailored to each prospective student’s needs and interests.
Managing personal finance is difficult enough for working professionals. For college students, it can be almost impossible.
Higher education administrators looking to increase efficiency frequently cite document management as a major roadblock. Even so, the numerous flaws in the system used by the College of the Desert’s admissions and records department went beyond the typical woes.
Faced with increased competition for students and declining enrollment, the University of Montana centralized the oversight of its web presence to create a unified look and feel across all of its websites.
There is no greater financial investment in one’s future than a college degree. While this viewpoint has its critics, the reality is the value of a degree has never been greater.
The go-to data point used to indicate whether an institution is helping students reach success has tended to be its graduation rate. Post-graduation employment is another indicator that colleges and universities will note for ROI-focused students and families.
More transfer students will now have the chance to obtain an associate degree—with-out extra administrative burden—thanks to a Lumina Foundation grant that National Student Clearinghouse received to provide an automated solution for exchanging reverse transfer student dat...
Strategic planning is a serious business. At Emerson College in Boston, it’s also been turned into an online game that everyone on campus can play.
W. Kent Fuchs, provost of Cornell University, has been named president of the University of Florida.
University Business magazine will publish a special edition in January examining the trends that will influence higher education in 2015.
Even in this age of tight budgets, college and university leaders are directing funds and attention to the all-important issues of institutional and student success.