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July, 2015

Your morning probably started like many of your peers. The voice in your head asks, “What’s possible for today? What can I tackle on my to-do list to improve learning environments? Where will I find the budget?”

January, 2015

In this country, 25 states have enacted some form of legislation tying financial aid eligibility to student outcomes.

June, 2014

Complying with recordkeeping laws and information security requirements can be made easier with electronic document management. This is critical for higher ed institutions that are struggling to do more with less. This web seminar, originally broadcast on April 22, 2014, featured leaders from the Washington Student Achievement Council, a state agency working with colleges and universities to expand access to higher education in Washington.

December, 2013

When its credit card fees hit $1.6 million in early 2011, Missouri State University officials decided there must be a better way. “Because it became so common for students and their family members to pay by credit card, the fees became unmanageable,” recalls Doug Willson, the bursar for the 23,000-student institution based in Springfield, Mo.