The fall 2020 recruitment cycle has been the most difficult in recent history. Mid-cycle, recruiters found themselves reinventing their engagement strategies on the fly with little precedent or data to go on. Now that we are a short few weeks—or even days—away from...
The COVID-19 crisis has brought with it many uncertainties for higher education. Initial questions about whether to address the pandemic in COVID-19 messaging with prospective and admitted students quickly evolved into how to address it.
The year 2020 has shown just how quickly booming industries can become “non-essential.” Within a few weeks, the U.S. has reached unemployment levels not seen in decades.
This week’s Wake-Up Call, if and when you have time to read it, reflects on how ready high school students are to embrace online learning. Online learning, historically a domain of adult learners and graduate education, is suddenly ubiquitous across all corners of higher education.
Q: Given the international spotlight on physicians and nurses who are holding the frontline on COVID-19, should we be aggressively investing in new health programs? Unfortunately, the answer to this question is not as straightforward as it may seem. According...
When we think of transfer students, we often think about the cost-sensitive community college student looking to finish at a four-year school. There is, however, another group of transfer students institutions should pay attention to, particularly if they are concerned about retention: Reverse transfer students. Those who start at a four-year college and transfer to a two-year school.