Enrollment & Retention

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The Geisinger-Susquehanna Health Center at Susquehanna University in Pa. underwent a $3.1 million renovation in 2010, with the 16,271-square-foot space acting as both clinic and student health center, granting students access to a wide array of medical services as well as a fitness trainer, chef and a selection of health-focused presentations. Architect:  Hiller Architectural Group Ltd. (Milton, Pa.) Construction manager: R.S. Mowery & Sons Inc. (Mechanicsburg, Pa.)
Stefanie Botelho
Campus wellness centers integrate services for the mind and body, creating a one-stop-shop for student health needs
Santa Monica College hosts a festival to celebrate students from more than 100 nations who attend classes on campus.
Matt Zalaznick
Growing an international presence on two-year-college campuses
James Martin and James E. Samels
For most parents, 10 years old is too young to recruit—even for athletically and intellectually gifted children. Yet, this snippet of reality leads us to wonder: how early is too early for college recruitment?
Tim Goral
Colleges and universities testing live-video-streaming app called Periscope

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How regular monitoring and adjustments can have a positive impact on student retention rates
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