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We must keep our students and institutional missions at the core of our decisions, offering flexibility and accessibility to those who need it most, says UB guest columnist and Adelphi U Vice President Kristen Capezza. Here's how.
The three-day Academic Esports Conference features nearly 60 sessions with academic and esports experts who will address needs at both K-12 and higher education and offer strategies, guidance and best practices.
The pandemic will compel institutions to continue selling applicants on the inherent value of a degree and focusing on innovation to get them in the door, says UB guest columnist Michael O’Connor.
Campus leaders should act now to make their case for their college or university's share of $3 billion in CARES Act funding that is going to state governors to spend as they see fit on K-12 and higher education.
Producing "binge-worthy" events—live and prerecorded—is key for attracting prospects during coronavirus closures and for building on-demand content for future marketing campaigns, says UB guest columnist Sujoy Roy.
With the demand for virtual campus tours surging as coronavirus closures eliminate in-person visit options, admissions administrators are seeing the importance of offering prospective students a robust online visit experience.
The Chicago-based university will be featured at the inaugural October event that serves the higher education and K-12 competitive gaming community.
Widener University creates an engaging website for admitted students and the AACRAO provides marketing strategies for schools without strong virtual tours or experience programs.
College students are in line for summer scholarships and financial aid in the wake of campus disruptions caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many colleges and universities have suddenly needed to move online, and are under pressure to continue to deliver high-quality teaching and learning in a remote […]
A growing number of colleges and universities have gone test-optional, dropping requirements for SAT and ACT standardized test scores as the coronavirus outbreak hinders students' access to the exams.
College admissions departments are scrambling to identify innovative ways of attracting recently accepted students to attend their institution as higher ed continues to cancel on-campus tours due to the coronavirus.
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