In a national survey of college students and recent college graduates, Inceptia explores the impact of financial stress on students.
A poll by Student Lending Analytics reveals that only half (48 percent) of institutions surveyed are providing some type of financial education option beyond entrance and exit counseling.
Tuition at public institutions rising faster than private institutions. Will they converge?
Failed discounting strategies will quickly undermine the budgetary and financial stability of many private colleges
Strategies to deal with the challenges of a changing strategic envrionment in higher education
Investment can deliver key functionality and cost savings
Managing downstream unfunded benefits; mitigating revenue and service impacts
For many years, colleges and universities have run seemingly immune from the financial reality dragging down the federal and state governments that help fund these institutions. Tuition and costs have increased at rates far exceeding inflation, and universities have largely escaped significant budget cuts. That era has come to an end.