Based in part on geographic proximity and mission complementarity, higher education institutions cater to the fast changing skills development needs of the gaming industry.
The concept of campus-as-merchant is a hard one to grasp. Sure, there’s the campus store, but the college or university itself?
People often go to college for the wrong reasons, with assumptions about how it’s going to benefit them, says Donald Farish.
College ranking systems are typically viewed as unreliable metrics, often accused of practicing favoritism based on questionable criteria that varies by publisher.
Payment solution providers were asked: What is the biggest vulnerability you see when it comes to PCI compliance at colleges and universities?
President Barack Obama is not acting like someone whose party suffered heavy defeats in the recent midterm election.
President, Roger Williams University, Rhode Island
Topic: Tuition and financial aid
Might the cliche of the forever-indebted college student someday become a fable?
Many institutions expect to make significant investments in academic technology, Wi-Fi connections and network security in 2015.
Turbulence in the world of campus finance since the Great Recession has been starting to smooth, but the outlook is hardly pre-recession rosy.
Need donation spending advice? Turn to the students, as Oklahoma Christian University did.
Experts in higher education administration and management predict that 2015 will bring intense and sometimes surprising governance, financial and legal challenges to the sea of potential worries for...
There are few economic challenges that move the dial in America quite like the skyrocketing costs of higher ed. From early morning pundits to late night talk shows the student and family debt burden issue is clear and ever present.
In 2008, former Yale professor William Deresiewicz wrote a scathing essay titled “The Disadvantages of an Elite Education.” It quickly went viral, gaining more than 100,000 views in a matter of weeks (and many times that since).