In the thick of March Madness, we are reminded that it takes a great playbook to pull off a win. Those of us who work in higher education know, successfully developing and delivering online programs requires our own playbook of tactics and strategies…
Lower unemployment rates, fewer potential students and rapidly rising tuition are all challenges facing higher education institutions in 2014. But these challenges can provide an opportunity for colleges and universities to adapt, innovate and thrive.
Surveys of Chief Academic Officers at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) reveal how public and private institutions are navigating the world of online higher education. Discover enrollment trends, how schools are handling tuition for online classes, and the greatest achievements and challenges these schools face.
It’s no longer enough to simply offer online programs. In an increasingly competitive marketplace, schools need to understand what sets their programs apart.
What do online students really want? The “Online College Students 2013” report reveals important information from 1,500 past, present and prospective online college students to help schools develop more effective online programs.
Attentive leadership includes a commitment to change and clear, visible action. Identifying key result areas is a critical part of building a culture of improvement.
Consumerism is a relatively new concept in higher education, but one that is increasingly relevant. Applying basic economic principles to institutions of higher education can help them stay competitive in a crowded marketplace.
Reciprocity is an ongoing conversation among institutions of higher education. Learn about highlights from the recent national meeting on next steps in state reciprocity, including accreditation, fees, legislative and regulatory language and more.
There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to the question of outsourcing marketing. Instead, every school needs to evaluate cost, necessary personnel and types of expertise needed.