Student Retention

Lynn Russo Whylly's picture

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.

Read more

Lynn Russo Whylly's picture

R.I. Higher Ed Board Wants to Freeze Tuition

Keeping their promise to hold the line on tuition and fee hikes at the state's three public colleges, the Board of Governors for Higher Education's finance committee unanimously approved a budget for 2013-2014 Thursday morning that would freeze tuition and fees at the current year levels.

Read more

Ann McClure's picture

University Of Oklahoma Mixed-Gender Housing Program Is A Success, Officials Say

Starting this semester, the University of Oklahoma launched a project in which one wing of the fifth floor of Walker Center was designated as mixed-gender by suite. University officials are working on a proposal that would expand the program in the coming years.

Read more

Ann McClure's picture

Veterans Upward Bound at WSU Gets $1.6 Million Grant

Weber State University has been awarded a $1.6 million federal grant to fund its Veterans Upward Bound program for another five years.

Read more

Ann McClure's picture

St. John's College Assists Students In Financial Hardship

Caritas Society has given out $35,000 grants this year

Read more

Ann McClure's picture

Mormon Mission Fallout To Shake Up Utah Colleges

Officials bracing for big changes in recruiting, scholarships, admissions and even graduation rates.

Read more

Ann McClure's picture

AACC Offers Credits For Experiences Outside Classroom

Prior Learning Assessment designed for those in the workforce

Read more

Ann McClure's picture

CMU Aims To Decrease 54 Percent 6-Year Graduation Rate By Joining National Initiative

More than half of students at Central Michigan University graduate with a bachelor's degree in six years.

Read more

Ann McClure's picture

Colleges Pledge To Graduate Additional 4 Million

Nearly 500 public colleges that account for three-quarters of all four-year college students pledged Tuesday to produce a combined 3.8 million additional graduates by 2025, an ambitious target that would help bring the United States closer to its goal of regaining its lost global lead in college attainment.

Read more

Ann McClure's picture

University Of Wisconsin-Madison Considers Expanding Summer School

For some college students, the idea of year-round classes has appeal.

Read more

Pages