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The need to finance campus building projects is a reality for most higher ed institutions, but college leaders must ensure it’s a worthy investment
Campus construction projects can be funded in a variety of ways—including through federal and state programs, bond issues, public/private partnerships, and, of course, fundraising.
With growing on-campus housing demands, larger living and learning communities are being designed. These larger communities create neighborhoods within the greater campus. UB guest columnists Luis Bernardo and Jessica Pagan Aello say it is vital that the communities have a sense of identity and are easily navigable.
When enrollment at The College of Idaho surpassed residence hall capacity, administrators teamed up with a local company that makes affordable housing out of shipping containers.
The 17,000-square-foot residence hall is the first net-zero building on Williams College’s campus with a roof that supports 300 solar cells.
Today’s students expect their campus experience to be mobile-enabled. To meet these student expectations, institutions are offering a mobile credential option for campus ID and access cards, enabling students to […]
Flexibility plays a key role when designing classrooms and instruction for virtual reality and augmented reality use—along with all the cutting-edge technology, of course.
The decade to come at High Point University will bring many changes, yet under steady leadership from Nido Qubein.
Drexel University in Philadelphia is taking care of staff-level positions beyond the skilled trades.
California Community Colleges, Berea, Northern Virginia CC, George Mason U, Rice U and Columbia Engineering launch virtual training, LMS management, faculty and student support, and fintech boot camp programs.
Higher ed leaders considering electric scooters, the newest popular mode of alternative transportation, must keep safety in mind before bringing them to campus.
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