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2012 ECAR Study of Analytics in Higher Education

This research assesses the current state of analytics in higher ed, outlines the challenges and barriers to using analytics, and develops a maturity index to provide a common means of assessing progress in analytics.

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Commonfund Study of Endowments

The 2011 NCSE results are based on 823 U.S. college and university endowments and affiliated foundations,representing over $408 billion in endowment assets.

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Vice President For Enrollment Management

Responsible for all aspects of enrollment management

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Gov. Scott's Higher Ed Panel Weighs Fla. Tuition Increases

A higher education task force appointed by Gov. Rick Scott moved a step closer Friday to issuing a range of proposals that could help change how Florida universities are funded and what they charge students to attend.

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Palo Alto U Makes Last Mortgage Payment, Is Debt-free

Palo Alto University (PAU), a private non-profit higher education institution, announced today that it has made its final mortgage payment to lender Comerica Bank, and is now debt-free. To mark the event, PAU is hosting a “mortgage-burning” ceremony on Tuesday, October 9 at 11:30 A.M. on its Allen Calvin campus in the Amy M. Wisniewski Hall.

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Student Debt Burdens More than Just Students

During election season, we can expect to hear a lot about our national debt and the importance of reducing this burden for future generations. However, there’s another critical debt crisis that has significant potential to negatively impact our economy—the student debt crisis.

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Parent Plus Loans for Future College Students

As the cost of college spirals upward and median family income falls a loan program called Parent Plus has become indispensable for increasing numbers of parents desperate to make their children's college plans work.

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Effective Higher Education Recruitment Strategies

Hispanic students value a college education. Among high school graduates, Hispanic students are second only to Asian students in attendance at colleges and universities.

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Will Taxpayers Fund Higher Ed to Reinvent NJ's Future?

In any discussion concerning state efforts to create, maintain, and enhance economic competitiveness, talk turns inevitably to the need for a higher education system capable of consistently producing a skilled workforce to attract the attention of corporate decision-makers considering locating a new business or expanding existing operations here.

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Rethinking Conventional Wisdom about Higher Ed Finance

America faces a growing crisis in public postsecondary education. But instead of taking steps to develop an investment strategy to reduce access and achievement gaps, we are moving in the opposite direction.

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