Unfortunately, many colleges and universities are unable to move forward with creating new programs during a time of budget constraints. Money is tight and schools are finding it difficult to maintain existing programs, let alone initiate new ones.
Inceptia has released an action plan for developing a campus financial education program.
In a national survey of college students and recent college graduates, Inceptia explores the impact of financial stress on students.
To properly ensure student success, colleges and universities must take a holistic approach and utilize all available tools at their disposal.
Performance management and engagement initiatives are both important. However, we usually think of them as being quite separate—maybe even in opposition to one another. Isn’t performance management about driving relentlessly for results while engagement strives to humanize that and keep employees motivated? It is true that engagement and performance can be seen as standalone programs, but if we take a moment to look at them together we can see how naturally good performance management can create engagement.
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.
First-person experiences and outcomes on what works in lecture capture.
Tuition at public institutions rising faster than private institutions. Will they converge?