Investors pledged to rescue a struggling nonprofit, but as its leadership keeps changing and its enrollment lags, university is on verge of losing accreditation.
Some see new “D+” campaign as edgy, while others say it really flunks the branding test.
Community colleges around the country try to accommodate fall's enrollment boom with waiting lists, more adjunct faculty and creative advising.
U. of Florida considers giving incoming students option of taking classes during spring and summer terms only — throughout their time at the university.
College of Charleston considers: How large an undergraduate gender gap is too large? And how can the institution attract more men?
At national gathering of admissions leaders, enrollment managers try to redefine the way they are viewed, stressing their role in retention as much as recruitment.
Report aims to put a price tag on students who don't complete the first year -- using a method others denounce.
First-year enrollment gains a bit over all at U.S. institutions, with numbers most dramatic for underrepresented minorities.
Survey of state community college directors shows few have plans for how to balance budgets once federal stimulus dollars are gone.
At gathering of admissions and aid leaders, speakers stress the dilemmas they face with limited budgets.
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