Student Retention

Fresno State sees quick savings with electronic financial aid refunds

Higher One’s OneDisburse Refund Management funds disbursement service ends the need for the school to print and mail checks

California State University, Fresno, takes pride in its reputation as one of the leading public universities in the state, but last year the business staff discovered that Fresno State was lagging in one noteworthy area: the percentage of students electing to receive financial aid refunds electronically.

Business services partnership furthers philosophy of oneness on Colorado campus

Naropa University works hand-in-hand with Jenzabar to sync systems including ERP

In the heart of Boulder, Colorado, sits a college where the whole student is greater than the sum of his or her parts. It is a place called Naropa University, where contemplative education encourages students to transform themselves and the world.

Nearly 5,000 Alabama College Students Lost Pell Grants Due To New Federal Regulations, Study Says

Nearly 5,000 Alabama college students lost Pell grant funding in the fall of 2012 due to new restrictions on the federal student-assistance program, a study says.

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UC Davis makes the grade in survey of '52 Best Colleges for Food in America'

Looks like we missed this original announcement, but UC Davis is an especially tasty place to eat. released a survey of the "52 Best Colleges for Food in America" back in September, and UC Davis ranked a very respectable #18.

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University of Phoenix Partnering with Community Colleges

Facing declining enrollment and regulatory scrutiny, the University of Phoenix has targeted community college students as a safe and profitable investment. And some community college administrators, eager to offer their students more opportunities to earn a bachelor’s degree, are embracing the school’s overtures.

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New Student Loan Repayment Options Set

A new version of the income-based federal student loan repayment program that's more favorable to many borrowers will go into effect starting Dec. 21, according to regulations scheduled for publication Friday.

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Luxury Student Housing Hits College Campuses Nationwide

Chances are your college apartment didn’t have walk-in closets, granite countertops and a resort-style pool with private cabanas.

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N.J. College Students Worried About Tuition In Hurricane Sandy's Wake, Officials Say

New Jersey college students affected by Hurricane Sandy fear they may not be able to afford tuition payments due in January, school officials told the state Assembly Higher Education Committee this morning.

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13th Grade: Many Freshmen Unprepared At Community And State Colleges

In 2010-11, 54 percent of students coming out of high school failed at least one subject on the Florida College System’s placement test.

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