The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated a growing belief among many institutions that admission test requirements create more headaches than they’re worth and do not accurately predict the academic success of students.
When the average student reviews their institution’s website for information, it is more often than not a confusing experience. Even with institutions’ best attempt at providing as much information as possible, students are prone to seek additional support beyond what’s available on the website.
July 1 marked one of the most historic days in the history of college athletics. For the first time ever, every college athlete has the right to make money from endorsements and sell the rights to their names, images and likenesses.
Achieving digital transformation is often an uphill battle. And once the necessary approvals are in place, there is a constant pressure to assure stakeholders that you’ve made a worthwhile investment.
It’s no secret that community colleges have suffered, and the past year and a half is no exception.
Summers are often quiet in the world of higher ed, but it also means a new class of freshmen is just around the corner.
2020 accelerated digital transformation at many higher education institutions as they were forced to quickly adapt to a remote environment. This led innovative schools towards selecting a chatbot to enhance their communication with students while streamlining their customer service.
Every college class always has one trend that excites students, yet confuses administrators. In 2021, that trend is TikTok.
The world of higher education is constantly changing, and that has never been more true in the past year.
It can be difficult to track the latest trends in higher education. What was true today might not be true tomorrow.
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