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Recent Articles

Higher ed leaders expect modest enrollment increases in the coming year. (Click to enlarge graphic)
12/23/2014
Higher ed leaders in 2015 will have to step up efforts to retain students, do a better job of marketing their sticker prices and prove their institutions’ value
Former Yale professor William Deresiewicz has caused some controversy with his latest book, "Excellent Sheep."
11/26/2014
Focus on academic and extracurricular achievements may come at the expense of individualism and independent thinking
Colleges and universities balance questions of safety and discrimination when asking about criminal histories on applications.
11/25/2014
Three New York schools have eliminated or altered questions pertaining to applicants’ criminal histories
11/24/2014
Indiana college adds personality quiz to admissions process

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