As an avid college football fan (Go Blue! – sorry, not sorry, to all my Ohio-based colleagues), I have been keeping an eye on how athletics is faring bringing student athletes back
Six months ago, the idea of putting college orientation online was not even a twinkle in a college presidents’ or deans’ eye. Fast forward to today, it’s not so far-fetched anymore. As
If you are a TV watcher (and who isn’t these days) every commercial from Budweiser to Walmart tells us that we are “all in this together.” So, my question is, why are
One of the largest and most untapped segments in your alumni network are your entrepreneurs. Students studying everything from business administration to biochemistry are excited by problem solving and creating new businesses.
Every industry is currently asking, “how on Earth do we market to Gen Z?” They don’t fit the same mold as Millennials, they don’t use the same forms of social media we’ve
After facing a nearly two-year Department of Justice antitrust investigation, the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) made a monumental decision to remove several sections from the organization’s Code of Ethics
It can be easy to assume that your higher ed peers across departments at your university understand and value the work you’re doing in your office. More often than not, though, your