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Imagine arriving on campus as a prospective student, being greeted by name by the security guard at the gate, pulling into a parking spot with your name on it, and then seeing your name featured prominently on signage in the admissions office.
Wider availability and greater affordability of green building materials are a result of greater demand
Take a look at funding and budgeting snapshots of seven campus construction projects completed between last summer and this summer
As the rest of world gets on with their lives, those of us who call Massachusetts home are reminded daily of why the Bay State has always been Boston Strong.
While it’s not yet on the radar of most development professionals in higher education, crowdsourcing has become a very noticeable part of the online fundraising landscape for younger donors
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The prospect of employees with more money to invest, easier-to-understand investment options, more personalized customer service, and lower fees has colleges and universities rethinking their retirement plans and moving toward a single retirement services vendor.
With more than 3,000 students, Connecticut’s Wesleyan University is not your typical liberal arts college. Its larger size allows for research institution-level courses, where students work directly with high profile scholars, while the intimacy of a liberal arts college is preserved.
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Armstrong Atlantic State Univesity's Learning Commons is a satellite library with spaces for students to use technology and collaborate
Yale created site to give commencement guests access to event schedules, interactive maps, parking information, and directions via their smartphones