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It turns out that a key factor in students finishing college is their experience during the very start of college, from the moment they send their deposit through freshman orientation. […]
Video represents the fastest-growing and the easiest-to-decode data that we leave behind—but through a quirk of history, it is one of the most protected by U.S. law.
Strolling across a new campus, a student has little idea where they’re going. Then their phone dings. A beacon has sensed their location. “The library is straight ahead,” the message […]
Why most colleges are only experimenting: Determining the technology’s value “I think the best thing to do in higher ed is to pilot, experiment and be aware of the technology, […]
Seven beacon characteristics and nine high-potential higher ed uses—from campus tours to class attendance.
Architects strive to maintain the historical integrity of structures when repurposing buildings—while ensuring they provide comfort and the modern conveniences students need. Called “adaptive reuse,” renovating older facilities for different […]
A large majority of student government presidents say they have a role in campus decision-making, though just more than half feel “very influential,” according to the first annual “Student Voice […]
Higher ed has entered a new phase of student and faculty collaboration. Administrators at the University of California, Santa Cruz this summer sent an email to faculty and staff urging them to […]
The “Student Voice Index” report by the National Campus Leadership Council outlines how student leaders rate their roles in decision-making. LINK TO MAIN ARTICLE: Amplifying the voices of college student government leaders
Broadview Senior Living at Purchase College is expected to open in 2021. For the first four years, retirement community revenue will be $2 million annually through a ground lease agreement with the state of New […]
Purchase College is building a 385-unit retirement community on its 500-acre campus in upstate New York. Currently in the development phase, the project should welcome residents by late 2021. Unlike […]
Aside from offering a variety of high-quality food, what is the most important thing colleges can do to encourage students to eat on campus? “It is important to offer meal […]
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