October 2, 2019
International students want universities to be greener
Nearly all prospective international students looking to study in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia or Canada think that universities are not doing enough to be […]
October 2, 2019
Minority and first-generation SAT scores fall behind
Despite more programming to prepare students for the SAT, underrepresented groups continued to fall behind in 2019. Students from all underrepresented minority groups were less successful […]
September 23, 2019
Admissions directors face growing pressure
Last year, in response to suggestions of admissions counselors, Inside Higher Ed changed the question it asked of admissions directors about when they filled their class. In addition […]
September 16, 2019
What College Admissions Offices Really Want – The New York Times
In the fall of 2014, Angel Pérez was hired to oversee enrollment at Trinity College, a small liberal-arts school that occupies a picturesque 100-acre hillside campus […]
September 16, 2019
Chegg’s journey from textbook rental company to education provider
Student services company Chegg announced plans last week to acquire the online coding school Thinkful. To investors in the ed-tech space, the deal was not a […]
September 16, 2019
Two year work rights re-introduced for international students in the UK
The UK education sector is elated that post-study work rights are set to be offered to international students for two years post-graduation, with students graduating in […]
September 16, 2019
Marquette lays off 24 staff, leaves 50 positions unfilled
Marquette University announced Thursday it laid off 24 staff members and will leave nearly 50 current and future vacancies unfilled. In an email to “Marquette colleagues,” President […]
September 16, 2019
Varieties of Dual Enrollment | Confessions of a Community College Dean
Over the last several years, dual enrollment and its variations (concurrent enrollment, middle college, early college…) have grown wildly. I’ve noticed folks on campus, myself included, […]
September 16, 2019
New Arizona State subsidiary looks to help non-U.S. colleges expand online and on campus
Arizona State creates another company partnership, called Cintana Education and led by the founder of Laureate Education, to work with universities in other countries to expand […]
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