Enrollment & Retention

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The number of students identifying as belonging to a community of color has doubled since Frankin & Marshall College has invested more in need-based aid and phased out merit scholarships.
9/17/2014
Campus financial aid planners wrestle with competing drives: Increase diversity or woo high achievers
The marching  band is a popular activity with international students  at Northern State University in South Dakota.
9/11/2014
The five biggest challenges international students face and how colleges and universities are helping them to adjust
Customers at Binghamton University’s Marketplace can also see the fresh ingredients used in the open-kitchen environment.  A dozen types of food—including everything from burgers to various ethnic dishes—are served in The Marketplace, which also has a Starbucks. Architects: Bearsch Compeau Knudson Architects and Engineers (Binghamton, N.Y.), Connor Architecture (Lexington, Mass.)
9/10/2014
Colleges and universities providing students’ retail needs right on campus
Here's how colleges and universities are using social media to connect with alumni.
9/10/2014
Building and benefiting from alumni social networks

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