The group is targeting a specific group of people who stopped out of college and whose transcripts are being withheld over outstanding institutional debts. Think things like unpaid tuition and/or fees owed to the college, not student loans.
August 12, 2022
The move comes just months after former president Harlan Sands and CSU’s board “mutually agreed” that Sands and the university should separate.
August 9, 2022
For UA, like many of its peers, the outcome matters now more than ever. The COVID-19 pandemic amplified enrollment struggles many were facing even before 2020 amid shifting demographics.
August 8, 2022
‘The competition now is for opportunity’: an interview with Cuyahoga Community College’s new president
The competition for students isn't just other institutions, Michael Baston says. It's also the gig economy, and the college has to do more to pitch its value to workers there.
July 20, 2022
It remains to be seen how new developments, like the Dobbs decision, might affect a place like Case Western.
July 5, 2022
“I don’t know of a more emotional issue for employers in our region," the chamber's ceo said, "than keeping our talent here."
June 24, 2022
Summer on the Cuyahoga brings college students to the city for paid internships and events designed to leave a good impression of what it's like to live there.
June 20, 2022
One of the big goals of the initiative is helping to boost KSU’s presence in the markets of Rwanda, Nigeria, Ghana and nearby countries.
June 8, 2022
Ahead of retirement, Cuyahoga Community College president says he hopes to be remembered for gaining consensus
Engage the community broadly, he advises. Build a guiding coalition.
June 6, 2022
Coupled with the ongoing pandemic and amplified enrollment struggles, it’s one of the latest hurdles these colleges are facing.
May 31, 2022