Briefings

Civil dialogue on campus can be boosted with Perspectives

How a new version of an eight-week course with a long history can help improve discourse at your college.

Report: 67% of college students fully paying for their own education

Cengage's survey shows their determination to attain a degree, but the cost could drive them away.

Northwestern turns to University of Oregon’s Schill as its next president

The highly respected leader takes over at the acclaimed Chicago-area institution, a place he knows well.

Monkeypox and COVID-19 are not concerns for college students, but these 4 issues are

As campuses open, stressors remain from the pandemic, but two hint at cost and affordability of higher ed.

College rankings question solved? New list combines 3 reports for overall score

Poets&Quants delivers a single metric for EMBAs based on U.S. News and two other services.

Can new wave of college presidents last 5 years or more in the job?

The past three years have been fraught with change at the top. Will those patterns continue beyond the pandemic?

New president takes over biggest for-profit university to serve military members

Business executive Nuno Fernandes will lead a powerful but embattled American Public University System; newly appointed University of New Haven chancellor steps down.

Despite interest, neither students nor employers favor skills over a college degree

Both Gen Z students and employers prefer the value of a college degree, despite showing interest in non-degree programs.

How do higher ed employees feel about their jobs? Evidently, not so great

In a survey released by Grant Thornton this week, more than half of higher education employees say they feel their voices aren't being heard.

Housing crunch sends colleges scrambling to find space for students

Overbooked for the fall and out of residences, institutions are turning to hotels and even other colleges to add rooms.

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