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Recent Articles

Sociology professors Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa say find many recent college graduates are ill-prepared to land decent jobs.
9/22/2014
A new book argues that colleges don’t do enough to promote post-graduate success
Student success and retention, along with recruitment and enrollment, lead the way among the many areas that will see a fresh commitment of funding and other resources over the next 18 months.
9/19/2014
Fresh funding heading towards all levels of college operations, University Business reader survey says
Three separate surveys suggest that students and parents give strong consideration to advertised price. (Click to enlarge)
9/18/2014
Some schools have lowered their cost to attend, sometimes with mixed results
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

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