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Are you looking to implement a technology solution to better serve your campus and constituents?  Have you searched for a unique way to handle transfers to your institution? Whether you are on... Read More

According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics, there are more than 1.5 million nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations operating in the United States, from charities to industry associa... Read More

Ask the FERPA Professor

Posted on May 6 2015

Dear FERPA Professor, I have a question about who at a school can access a student educational record - obviously the registrar’s office and the admissions office, but can anyone else? Like ... Read More

  By: Dr. Jacquelyn D. Elliott, University of Missouri—St. Louis, International Liaison Specialist; AACRAO VP for International Education   What better place than AACRAO Con... Read More

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Who's to Blame for Rising Tuition?

Posted on May 6 2015

Public university students today pay $3,000 more in annual tuition than their counterparts a decade ago.  Why that is depends on whom you ask. Some pundits like to blame administrat... Read More

Corinthian Colleges, the defunct for-profit chain that fell into financial straits last summer, has filed for bankruptcy, The Wall Street Journal reports. The company's... Read More

Profit and Competency

Posted on May 6 2015

Kaplan University will now offer personalized "competency reports" to its 45,000 students. The announcement is the for-profit institution's biggest move into competency-based edu... Read More

In a clarification of its admissions policy, Smith College has announced that it will begin accepting undergraduate applicants who consider themselves to be transgender women. The decision, approve... Read More

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A pair of democratic lawmakers introduced legislation on Tuesday that would end forced arbitration in student enrollment agreements, which have been used by for-profit colleges to prevent students ... Read More

The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights released a guidance package on Friday emphasizing the responsibility of school districts, colleges and universities to designate a Tit... Read More

The Texas House of Representatives tentatively approved a bill this week that would require public universities in the state to establish a sex assault policy that includes prohibited behavior, pun... Read More

Arizona State University is partnering with edX to offer an online freshman year, called Global Freshman Academy, that will be available worldwide with no admissions process and full university cre... Read More

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