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When Tyson Cooper began working in student accounts 10 years ago, debt collection on college campuses was viewed as purely business and “a necessary evil,” says the director of student […]
As colleges and universities find new ways to partner with each other to improve services and reduce costs, the idea of sharing an LMS is starting to gain traction. For […]
While the concept may seem unnecessary, a formal document—signed by each student—that states tuition payments are, in fact, expected is now required by a majority of colleges. In December 2016, […]
Every semester, hundreds of freshmen at Champlain College in Vermont gather in a campus meeting room to play the “Game of Life.” It’s not the traditional board game. Instead, this […]
Higher ed institution administrators interested in blockchain transcripts should consider these five common steps to making the transition. LINK TO MAIN ARTICLE: College transcripts transformed Nancy Mann Jackson is an Alabama-based writer who […]
Besides exploring new ways to speed up the process and validity of providing transcripts, the registrar’s office has another movement afoot—including documented behavioral issues on those official academic documents. Where […]
Every week at the University of Washington in Seattle, the registrar’s office staff comes across at least three fraudulent diplomas. Every month, they uncover about two fraudulent transcripts. “And these […]
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