Business

Find out more about the business of education – from business contingency and continuity plans; to finding the best way to recruit and retain students and staff.


Can Higher Education Leaders Tap Into Their Business Sides?

Colleges and universities are doggedly protecting their missions and values, but they also understand that they must watch the bottom line, be creative and entrepreneurial about what they do, and remain highly conscious about how they are faring in the education marketplace.

Editor's Note (The View From Here)

Research Review

Recruit & Retain (Siena College)

SAT Scores and Academic Outcomes

Siena College is finding new ways to evaluate and pick out the best and brightest high school students.

As the Rich Get Richer, What’s a ‘Poor’ College to Do?

The wealth inequality gap is having an impact on higher education.

Business Practices (Achieving Administrative Excellence)

Budgeting for Today's Institutions

Institutions confront unavoidable, and perhaps unsustainable, spending shifts.

Recruit & Retain (Otterbein University)

Ensuring Success for Women

The NET program focuses on the development of pathways on and beyond campus.

Calling the Question: Collaboration as Systemic Change

Collaboration between institutions - from the local to the national scale - is emerging as an efficient and politically adept way to strengthen participating colleges over the long term by making changes in common that would not be possible to contemplate alone.

cost-reduction strategies

Doing More with Less

Colleges and universities are developing cost-reduction strategies that are bringing results. Will these ideas work for your campus?



Editor's Note (The VIew From Here)

Good Partners

Business Practices (Achieving Administrative Excellence)

Budgeting for New Demographics

Serving new student populations creates unprecedented challenges.

Recruit & Retain (University of North Georgia)

Bucking the Trend

Increasing enrollment in an era of consolidation.

Steps Towards Student Retention

Don’t assume your institution has a student retention plan in place. Instead, look at what’s working for other schools and adapt those programs to meet your own needs.

Maintenance & Operations (Managing the Physical Plant)

Things I've Learned 2014

Reflections on learning, taking risks, trust and remembering what matters.

Business Practices (Achieving Administrative Excellence)

The Student as Consumer

Institutions must focus on students’ growing expectations.

equestrian higher ed studies

Business (Managing Higher Ed)

The Winner's Circle

A new program on the campus of Long Island University taps into an equestrian legacy to prepare students for careers in a burgeoning industry.

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