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Your CV Should Inform. Your Cover Letter Should Persuade.

A CV and a cover letter are not just redundant vehicles for the same information.

Employment

Charter School System Embraces New Approach to College Counseling

About 40 percent of undergraduates at four-year institutions do not complete a degree within six years, according to the National Center for …

NACAC National College Fairs- Ask the Admission Office Checklist Series

Ask the Admission Office is a series of six checklists that will help you determine what to ask colleges or universities before you apply. <br>Developed …

New data show plans of potential transfer students

The news last week that Princeton University had admitted its first transfer students since 1990 was something of a Rorschach test in the world of …

Pioneering college tries to stay relevant amid intensifying competition

As it headed into the 2016 academic year, Excelsior College looked to be on a roll. Revenue from student enrollments and the exam services provided …

Significance of May 1 in admissions cycle continues to diminish

May 1 is the date -- at almost all competitive-admissions colleges and at many others as well -- when admitted applicants must indicate that they are …

He Makes a Joke. She Isn’t Laughing: ‘Lingerie’ Comment in Elevator Leads to Uproar Among Scholars.

Richard Ned Lebow of King's College London<p>He says he was joking when he asked to be let off an elevator at the ladies’ lingerie department. A female …

Are You in a BS Job? In Academe, You’re Hardly Alone

• In-depth articles about current issues faced by universities<br>• Data and analysis on the latest higher education trends, statistics, and salaries<br>• Special …

Now Available: ‘Nudges, Norms, and New Solutions’

Interested in using behavioral science to help more students get to and through college?<p>A new guide— <i>Nudges, Norms, and New Solutions</i> —is now …

These 2-Year and 4-Year College Partnerships Keep Students From Falling Through the Cracks

When credits are lost in the transfer process, students often take on more debt and spend more time retaking courses, says Josh Wyner, executive …

The Truth About Test-Optional Policies: ‘There’s Not Just One Truth’

• In-depth articles about current issues faced by universities<br>• Data and analysis on the latest higher education trends, statistics, and salaries<br>• Special …

Guide suggests ways for admissions officers to consider implications of new European Union privacy law

College admissions offices routinely seek applications from all over the world, and in doing so they communicate with applicants and potential …

NACAC National Conference 2017 on Guidebook

Common Application Launches New App for Transfer Students

The Common Application has launched a new application for transfer students, helping meet a growing need for this student population.<p>More than …

How Georgia State University Used an Algorithm to Help Students Navigate the Road to College

As AI continues to develop, a major test of its potential will be whether it can replace human judgment in individualized, complex ways. At Georgia State University, we investigated a test case where AI assisted high school students in their transition to college, helping them to navigate the many …

College & University

Community colleges emphasize their missions beyond career training and including transfer

For the last few years, community colleges have seen an increase in pressure to focus more on career and training education.The two-year institutions …

Universities use secret shoppers to make sure outsourced services meet standards

In the competitive world of college admissions, first impressions are crucial. But if your institution outsources its communications with prospective …

Many Americans feel positive about artificial intelligence, study says

Americans don’t fear artificial intelligence as much as is commonly believed, a new study by Gallup and Northeastern University has found. Officials …

National Association for College Admission Counseling- Meet Meghan Schmidbauer

<b>Meghan Schmidbauer<br>Owens Community College (OH)<br>Twitter: @OwensCC</b><p><b>How did you become the Assistant Dean at Owens Community College?</b> <b>What got you</b> …

The Forgotten College-Ready Students

A new video from Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce highlights a vexing problem.<p>Every year, 500,000 students who graduated in the top …

Perspective

When people find out I’m the executive director of a youth writing program, they immediately assume my goal is to turn kids into future professional …

Comic Books

A World of Ideas in Idea Lab

A collection of nearly 50 explorations of the problems that colleges face, and how they are solving them. The articles include news, analysis, data, …

College & University

Don't concede transfer enrollment defeat

Posted In<p>Enrollment Management, Transfer Students, Special Populations, Student Experience, Student Affairs, Recruitment<p>Offerings<p>Blogs<p>Events<p>Log In To …

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The People Who Made a Difference in Higher Ed — for Better or Worse

They affected federal policy, campus culture, and the national conversation about education in 2017, and are likely to remain influential in the year …

‘Apple-esque’: New Student-Aid Mobile App Earns Oohs and Ahhs

The new app, which the Education Department says will be rolled out in the spring, would allow students to apply for federal financial aid and check …