A recent report from the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities and the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities examines the importance of innovative partnerships and new approaches to education—opening the door for upward social mobility, increased income, and opportunities for advancement in the workforce for all students.
The University of Southern California’s Pullias Center for Higher Education recently recognized the University of Denver and Worchester Polytechnic Institute—both ACE member institutions—as the recipients of the 2021 Delphi Award.
The PEW Charitable Trusts recently released a report that explores how student borrowing from the federal government during the COVID-19 pandemic has differed from borrowing during other recessions in the past 30 years.
A new report from the Bipartisan Policy Center highlights the need for a renewed roadmap for campus free expression, considering the civic mission of higher education, and the changing social and political landscape around campus.
As the fall semester drew to a close last year and the omicron variant spread across the country, the American College Health Association renewed its recommendation that colleges and universities should require the COVID-19 vaccination for all on-campus students, and added that institutions should also mandate booster shots for students, faculty, and staff.
A new research brief by CUPA-HR sheds light on work arrangements in higher education. In collaboration with EDUCAUSE, CUPA-HR polled higher education IT and HR professionals to understand their work arrangements and likelihood of seeking new employment.
Over the past two years, the Education Design Lab, in partnership with the ECMC Foundation, piloted the Single Moms Success Design Challenge. This challenge focuses on increasing postsecondary degree attainment rates 30 percent by 2024 for single mother learners at four community colleges around the country.
A new report analyzes how lotteries with minimum thresholds for grade-point averages (GPAs) and standardized test scores do not lead to increased access and more equitable outcomes, especially for students of color, low-income students, and men.
The National College Attainment Network (NCAN), in partnership with the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), recently released a report that explores the magnitude and burden verification has on both students and the work of financial aid administrators, in addition to guidance on how this burden can be alleviated.
A recently released report from The Institute for Democracy in Higher Education’s (IDHE) National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) finds an increase in voter turnout among college students during the 2020 presidential election compared to 2016