What Have We Learned From a Season of Campus Protests?

With campus tensions far from resolved and a presidential election on the horizon, is higher ed ready for the fall?

Student Experience /
By: Aila Boyd

Navigating Higher Ed’s Rising Costs: Strategies for Affordability

What’s driving the relentless surge in college tuition costs, and are there promising solutions on the horizon to tackle this financial burden?

Student Experience /
By: Aila Boyd

Considering the Long-Term Impact of Rankings Changes

Pushback on the rankings metrics led to changes, but will these help students who prioritize ROI and the value of education?

Marketing & Branding /
By: Aila Boyd

Incorporating AI into the Admissions Process

As higher ed grapples with the complexities and expenses of admissions, the allure of adopting AI grows.

Admissions /
By: Aila Boyd

QuickFire: Kathy Kissane

16 questions with Thomas Jefferson University’s AVP of Marketing

Interviews /
By: Kevin Renton

Are Accreditors to Blame for the Growing Cost of Higher Ed?

Universities are hiring more higher ed administrators to meet stringent and growing requirements by accreditors.

Education Administration /
By: Chris Kudialis

Is Higher Ed’s Learning Future Hybrid, Not Remote?

Consultants and leaders rebut the online-only tomorrow despite the growth of remote programs and cultural shifts that have students reconsidering the value of a college education.

Student Experience /
By: Chris Kudialis

QuickFire: Kin Sejpal

19 questions with the University of Redlands’ VP of Marketing and Communications

Interviews /
By: Kevin Renton

How Much Is Caitlin Clark Worth to the University of Iowa?

The impact of the iconic women’s basketball player goes far beyond the court, and it will reach its crescendo over the next few weeks.

Marketing & Branding /
By: Chris Kudialis

FAFSA Delays Cause Headaches for Students, Schools

Only time will tell if the one-year confusion for the ‘simplified’ federal aid form will yield long-term benefits.

Admissions /
By: Aila Boyd

FAFSA Update Headache: How’d We Get Here?

Attempts to simplify and eliminate inconsistencies in the federal aid forms has resulted in an unprecedented disruption to student financial aid offices.

Admissions /
By: Aila Boyd

4 Takeaways from the 2024 Cascade CMS User Conference

Admission website content sucks, but personalized, equitable content can increase access.

Education Administration /
By: Aila Boyd

Architecture and the University: An Intersection of Form and Function

Universities are changing their internal spaces to match the way students live and learn.

Student Experience /
By: J. Aelick

In Praise of the Accelerated MA Program

Central Michigan University has revived a graduate program and catered to students in a way previously thought impossible.

Lessons From the Field /
By: Matthew Roberson

Motivation, Transparency and the Need to Be Proactive

Kelly Peiffer, VP of marketing, communications and advancement at Manor College, discusses declining student interest and transparent leadership.

Interviews /
By: Maryna Yankovska