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In an effort to comply with the impending regulations, Indiana University Bloomington appointed a lawyer to work with various departments that the regulations will most likely affect, including registrars, admissions, HR, facilities and its international office. The university's legal council asked registrars, for instance, to come up with scenarios.

The percentage of students accepting job offers three months after graduation is a common—and logical—MBA student outcomes stat. But why do most business schools share that particular outcome, and others like it?

It’s likely the result of many institutions following the Standards of Reporting MBA Employment Statistics created by the MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance, a global organization for employers and administrators working in graduate business career services.

BUILDING BUSINESS LEADERS—Impressive facilities can be a key consideration for prospective b-school students. Miller Hall, a $75 million project that is the home of William & Mary’s Mason School of Business, was completed in 2009.

Here’s how sharing student success data can help MBA programs attract new students, prove ROI value and connect with the business community.

A number of colleges have announced that they won’t hold students liable who have received disciplinary actions for protesting gun violence.

The ongoing wave of school violence has forced higher ed to enhance emergency-response training in teacher education programs.

Source: National Behavioral Intervention  Team Association; 2015 survey

After the Virginia Tech tragedy, colleges began to build teams of administrators and faculty to better recognize and support distraught individuals on campus.

Half of community college students report transferring as a goal but have never taken advantage of transfer advising, says a 2018 national report.

Students at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center now receive mental health counseling from the office of Student Academic Support Services and Inclusion.

TRAVEL BENEFIT—Assumption College (above) and other institutions are offering their students discounted rides with services such as Uber.

Discounted Lyft and Uber rides present a transportation alternative for students on a growing number of campuses large and small.

CAPSULED LEARNING—This art appreciation late-start class meets for seven weeks on Fridays, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in an interactive classroom, linking three campuses for a class of  31 students.

Community colleges bet on a wide variety of scheduling options to attract and retain students whose lives are already filled by jobs and families.

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