• October 19, 2017

Using Technology to Keep College Campuses Safe

Using Technology To Keep College Campuses Safe

Colleges and universities have been looking to technology to help support student success, recruitment, campus operations, student communications and more over the past decade. It’s no wonder that when it comes to keeping campuses safe, the latest technologies can also…

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  • September 26, 2017

Creating Content for Your Higher Ed Q&A Software

Creating Content For Your Higher Ed Q&A Software

When students are in the admissions and enrollment process, a flurry of questions can arise. Most colleges utilize their website and email communications to distribute important information to students, but sometimes that’s not enough. Many students’ questions go unanswered during…

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  • August 24, 2017

How to Use Technology to Improve Academic Advising

How To Use Technology To Improve Academic Advising

Throughout the past decades, research has shown that student retention rate is greatly affected by the quantity and quality of interactions with peers, faculty, and staff. According to Charlie Nutt, NACADA’s Executive Director, academic advising is at the very core…

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  • July 21, 2017

How Colleges Can Support Women in STEM

How Colleges Can Support Women In STEM

The US Bureau of Statistics reports that women represent 46.7% of the labor force, yet less than ¼ hold computer or mathematical occupations and only about 15% are in an engineering or architecture occupation. While 57% of bachelor’s degrees over…

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  • June 20, 2017

How to Prevent Summer Melt

How To Prevent Summer Melt

Summer melt is an issue that admissions and enrollment departments are all too familiar with. “Summer melt” refers to students that have accepted an offer at a college and paid a deposit, yet they don’t end up enrolling in the…

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  • May 12, 2017

5 Key Takeaways from the Latest Study on New College Freshman

5 Key Takeaways From The Latest Study On New College Freshman

Researchers at UCLA have been surveying incoming freshman across the United States for the past fifty years to better understand their backgrounds, opinions, and expectations. This month, UCLA’s Cooperative Institutional Research program, part of the Higher Education Research Institute, just…

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