Enrollments Continue to Slide at For-Profits and Community Colleges | Inside Higher Ed
National college enrollments have continued their multiyear decline, with most of the dip occurring among older undergraduates at for-profit institutions and community colleges. The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, which tracks 97 percent of students at federal aid-eligible institutions, found an overall national decline of 1.5 percent for this spring semester compared to a year ago. (Last year's decline was 1.3 percent.) That means 272,000 fewer students were enrolled, with…
Combating Initiative Fatigue: Unifying and Integrating Student Success Initiatives - EdSurge News
If you’ve ever worked in a college or university you’ve probably experienced this: someone announces that your institution will be rolling out the ...
Americans see value in higher education, survey finds, but are unhappy with current system
Americans see the work force and societal value of getting a college degree, a survey from New America finds, but community colleges have more support than do other sectors.
Startup Employees = Smarter, Better, Faster, Stronger
The ‘Hustle Gene’ is important to your success. In this week’s Roundup, discover the perks of working at a startup, how you could get tricked during your next interview, and how a mom gave her son career-changing advice. Also, hear about changes to foreign student visas, women in leadership, and the effect of employees’ unethical …
How Much Money Community College Students Save, Depending on the State
College is expensive but if you want to cut cost one way to go about it is Community College. Tuition is usually cheaper then it is at a state or private school, and you can always go for a couple of years and transfer later. Your savings will vary depending on where you live, though student loan hero breaks the savings down by state
Surging Demand for Mental Health Care Jams College Services
Students may wait weeks for a basic consultation; sometimes even longer to see a psychiatrist
The Number Of Hungry And Homeless Students Rises Along With College Costs
Research shows that many college students across the country are working, borrowing and still falling behind.
This Is What Great Student Support Really Looks Like | Blog | Presence
Student success in college can be a broad, varied metric to work towards for student affairs professionals. Academic progress, campus involvement, or leadership roles, can all be considered, and even within those areas there is a …
Most colleges enroll many students who aren’t prepared for higher education
The vast majority of public colleges report enrolling students unprepared for college-level work. Why aren't they ready, and what do they do there?
3 things college presidents spend all their time doing
Recently, there have been a lot of changes in university leadership across the country. Morehouse College just ousted its president , for one. And Ball State , the Rochester Institute of Technology and UVA have all had presidents leave or new...
When it’s time to cram, Riverside City College’s writing center aims to help
Rather than being inspired, Noemi Medel felt frustration. A draft of her final English paper was due in three days and she didn’t know how to start. “I’m in a panic,” said M…