Last Week’s Most Read Stories

Christopher Fevola

In today’s clearly challenging higher education landscape, many colleges and universities are struggling financially or even closing their doors—and regional private institutions are especially vulnerable. Read more>>

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Aramark Higher Education Team

Indiana University of Pennsylvania wanted to give their dining hall a major facelift — one that could be appreciated by students and faculty. Together, Aramark and IUP conquered this project and transformed the dining experience. Discover how the new dining hall continues to recruit and retain more students. Read more>>

Victoria Clayton

Changes to funding models, instructional techniques and technology, among other areas, have pushed college and university officials to continually adapt. Read more>>

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D2L

This guide outlines the steps educational institutions need to take to move their analytics strategy from concept to practice. Download now>>

Melissa Ezarik

Stretching traditional résumé-consulting and career counseling roles to offer new services and opportunities. Read more>>

Sherrie Negrea

Two emerging models for obtaining e-books: Demand-driven acquisition and evidence-based acquisition. Read more>>

Kurt Eisele-Dyrli

This roundup offers 5 new and noteworthy books for college and university leaders. Read more>>

The New York Times

The plan would forgive the student debts of nearly 45 million graduates — worth about $1.6 trillion — and eliminate tuition and fees at public four-year institutions and community colleges.  Read more>>

The Washington Post

Research shows how admissions tests like the SAT and ACT shape the college pipeline. Read more>>

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