Student Life Cycle Management

St. Olaf Uses Data To Argue Its Worth

Go to St. Olaf College's website and you'll see what the 2011 graduates are up to. Not just that one star who snagged the job at General Mills or the three now studying at Yale University. Most of them.

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Invisible Students, Missing Programs and Policies

Taking responsibility for the safety and academic success of the LGBT population

There are more out lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) college students today than there have been at any other time in the history of higher education. In decades past, many young LGBT people experienced their coming out processes in college, yet today’s rising college freshmen have increasingly become more out and more vocal in high school and even in middle school.

At CUNY, Stricter Admissions Bring Ethnic Shift

More than a decade after the City University of New York ended open admissions to its four-year colleges, a marked shift has occurred at its top institutions as freshman classes now enter with far better academic credentials and also a different demographic mix.

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"The New Helpdesk: Resolving Any Issue, Anywhere, at Anytime" at UBTech2012

Increasingly, higher education institutions are looking to enhance technology offerings and expand IT support that fits within their budgets and headcount.

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Gap Year: Congrats! You're Accepted to College, Now Go Away

Sam Helderop received an acceptance letter from Michigan's Hope College this spring, but has no intention of going -- at least not in the fall of 2012.

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Trustees Of All-Male College Try To Block Admission Of Women

Deep Springs College, an all-male school north of Death Valley, plans to admit women next year for the first time in its 95-year history. But two trustees are attempting to block the change.

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California Community Colleges Look To Save Money By Banning Repeat Classes

Mweluke Kyumba was the most dapper student at American River College on Friday afternoon, donning a black vest and tie over his satin blue shirt while other students welcomed the sunny weather with shorts and tees.

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State Colleges Hope Credit Cap Boosts Graduation Rates

Four of five students at Shepherd University don't graduate within four years, and fewer than half, 46 percent, graduate within six years, according to school data.

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