Student Journalists Fight for Access as Universities Toe the Line
Student editors allege schools are more focused on public relations and protecting a brand than fostering legitimate student journalism.
AI Will Level the Academic Playing Field, Eventually
Higher-ed leaders are touting plans for an AI teaching revolution, but most students have yet to see significant results.
Don’t Assume Students Are AI Savvy
As artificial intelligence transforms the classroom experience, higher ed leaders are stressing that students need guidance with how and when to use the technology appropriately.
Minerva University: Wisdom Through Experience
One university is developing global citizens by rethinking the entire higher education process, from admission to curriculum.
Standardized Admissions Testing: An Evolving Landscape
After nearly a century of SAT dominance, test-optional, test-blind and alternative testing methods are changing the higher ed admissions process.
QuickFire: Sarah McMaster
17 questions with Champlain College’s Executive Director for Marketing and Enrollment Management
Safety First! Ensuring Student Well-being Abroad
Two higher ed institutions with thriving study-abroad programs emphasize planning and communication to ensure student safety.
Marketing Mental Wellness: How to Develop and Promote Student Support Programs
An increased focus on mental wellness and equitable access is driving colleges to develop – and promote – new resources and programs to help keep students healthy and enrolled.
Unpacking UC’s Stance on Online Degrees
The University of California’s decision to close loopholes allowing students to piece together online degrees triggered concerns that online degrees may be considered inferior.