With the specter of a federal crackdown on illegal immigration looming, higher ed institutions are finding ways to better serve undocumented students, and also protect their identities.
The growth of online education has brought a wave of what’s often referred to as Title IV fraud, in reference to the federal student aid program.
Criminals who receive financial aid fraudulently basically steal money from bona fide students and institutions.
It’s known that full-time students graduate more quickly and more often than do their part-time counterparts. But what about students who fluctuate between full- and part-time status?
There’s no doubt that higher ed institutions have access to tons of student data these days, but what separates actionable insights from analytics overload?