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Department of Education's tracking of the largest college tuition increases have had little impact on pricing or student enrollment, a new study has found.
As COVID-19 compels higher ed leaders to find new ways to curb costs, some are already seeing the fiscal benefit of partnering with third-party facilities teams.
The complexities of managing eCommerce on any college or university campus can be overwhelming. TouchNet offers integrated, comprehensive and secure payment, commerce and credentials solutions to help colleges and universities […]
Overwhelmed by demand and struggling to make its homegrown eCommerce system PCI compliant, Notre Dame partnered with TouchNet to power its revamped ND Marketplace platform. The results have included increased […]
Instead of aspiring to have a business office that serves as a one-stop shop for student needs, financial leaders at Purdue University wanted to take it even further, by making […]
What if colleges and universities added a senior administrator whose sole focus was to manage the coronavirus response and monitor whether everyone on campus is following safety precautions?
College and universities will play a critical role in supporting small businesses through the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 combines and exacerbates essentially every challenge higher education has known. Leaders must innovate and plan for the future or suffer a repeat of history.
The U.S.-China trade war in 2018 could stem the flow of international students, costing colleges and universities more than $1 billion in lost tuition revenue, a new study has found.
Delaware State University will be the first historically Black college and university to acquire a non-HBCU when it takes over neighboring Wesley College.
The Milwaukee university will give a logo-branded face mask to donors who contribute to frontline healthcare training programs and give another mask to a current student.
Financial constraints have convinced Stanford University leaders to eliminate 11 varsity sports programs, including fencing, field hockey, sailing, squash and wrestling.
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