Northern Pennsylvania Regional College Caters to the Non-traditional Student

As the non-traditional student population continues to grow, a new college in northern Pennsylvania took a risk and opened during the pandemic to provide a unique higher education experience.

Lessons From the Field /
By: Tavleen Tarrant

When Faculty Burnout Leads to Turnover

Years of significant disruption have resulted in burnout for higher education faculty members, but there are solutions.

Education Administration /
By: Aila Boyd

2023 Hot and Cool Graduate Programs

As interests and technology change, more students are rethinking their graduate programs to align with money-making potential and personal fulfillment.

Enrollment /
By: Ankita Bhanot

Look to the Sides, Not Down

The impending enrollment cliff may not be as bad as it sounds, but higher ed institutions will need to look beyond high school classrooms for prospective students.

Enrollment /
By: Savannah Wan

Dealing with Rising Mental Health Concerns on Campus

With more than 60% of students reporting mental health issues, college leaders wonder if access to greater funding will be enough to tackle the ongoing mental health crisis at their schools.

Student Experience /
By: Tavleen Tarrant

Where Are Prospective College Students Going?

A demographic cliff, economic downturn, pandemic and perceived lack of value are contributing to decreased higher ed enrollment numbers, but the students must be going somewhere.

Admissions /
By: Aila Boyd

Grab a Tiny Mic and A Student

Higher ed social media strategists at AMA shared insights on how they successfully engaged Gen Z students by employing their peers for marketing and engagement.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Nicole Shupe

Milking the Tuition Cash Cow

Out-of-state and international students offer colleges diversity, but with ever-tightening operational budgets, they’re also key to helping the bottom line.

Admissions /
By: Chris Kudialis

Inflation and Tuition: Keeping the Lights On

With college costs already under the microscope, higher ed insiders say tuition increases and freezes may be the only way to weather the uncertainty of the growing inflation storm.

Admissions /
By: Savannah Wan

Student Demand for Global Experiences Rebounds

Higher ed institutions identify successful measures to satisfy students’ interest and participation in study abroad programs.

Student Experience /
By: Ankita Bhanot

Why Students Aren’t Transferring

A look at how institutions are implementing new programs to retain students who may otherwise transfer — or leave higher ed altogether.

Enrollment /
By: Kristin Markway Shaw

Parents a Necessary Factor During Recruitment

As students increasingly value parental input during their college selection process, recruiters and marketers are widening their scope to engage parents.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Aila Boyd

A Marcom Conundrum: CCOs vs. CMOs

Debating how and why to untangle the often-blended roles of chief communications officers and chief marketing officers in higher ed.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Higher Voltage

Diversity Abroad: Navigating Post-Pandemic Access and Viability

The 2022 Global Inclusion Conference highlighted success and accessibility of virtual education programs for study abroad engagement.

Student Experience /
By: Ankita Bhanot

Trend vs. Hiccup: Decreased International Student Growth in US

Political climate, soaring costs and post-grad visa availability have prompted more students abroad to think twice before studying in the United States.

Admissions /
By: Chris Kudialis