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Here are 3 ways U.S. higher education is increasing its global competitiveness

The international recruitment landscape is changing, and so are the ways schools are finding and attracting new talent.

Are institutions leveraging their alumni to their full potential? Here’s how they can

According to a 2020 alumni engagement survey, 62% of institutional stakeholders report that their top priority is to increase the number of engaged alumni. Here are several ways active alumni can boost an institution's overall success.

These universities have embraced remote work—and they’re seeing some big wins

Two universities that have embraced remote work in some of their departments have experienced early signs of better staff recruitment, performance, work morale and performance. 

Minus federal oversight, states are passing their own laws on NIL deals for student-athletes

Between a multitude of nuanced state laws and the NCAA's timid guidance, student-athletes face a cacophony of different regulation efforts and new recruitment tactics. Are institutions putting them first?

Why the PAC-12 conference’s breakup affects more than your Saturday plans

Remaining PAC-12 universities are at risk of losing millions of dollars on bowl revenue, ticket sales and brand recognition—and billions in a media deal.

President’s corner: How Rob Vischer balances growth with century-old values at University of St. Thomas

Eight months in, the University of St. Thomas' president discusses cultivating the mind, body and spirit of America's "loneliest age cohort" while delivering "world-class employment outcomes."

President moves: How experience in enrollment proved to be make-or-break

Some of these school board members chose to hire—or part ways with—presidents based on their ability to enroll and recruit students as enrollment becomes a more significant challenge for higher ed.

Presidential worries: What’s keeping these Northeastern presidents up at night?

With a smaller pool of available students, a growing wake of attention to mental health and a swelling public skepticism of higher education, these small private college and university leaders in Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts and Maine are redefining their job to guide their schools in murky waters.

Enrollment boomed post-pandemic at these schools. Here are 4 ways they will keep up.

Last year brought in the largest freshman class Bethune-Cooman had seen in more than 10 years and a 34% net tuition increase. With federal aid drying up in June, however, they intend to capitalize on an unexpected spark.

What are college leaders most concerned about for 2023?

Enrollment, funding and employee recruitment are among the top priorities for leaders across 47 higher education institutions.

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