Rejuvenating Student Spaces: University of Jamestown Updates Student Spaces
New and returning University of Jamestown students are enjoying the results of a $4 million campus-wide residence hall renovation project, one that emphasized community, safety and quality.
PCI Compliance & Questions of Security
Colleges and Universities strive for PCI compliance, but are they really secure? The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) has been with us since 2006, and version 3.0 was made effective January 1, 2014.
Adventure Education at Green Mountain College: The Outdoors as Arena for Personal Growth
More than ever before, students entering college need to balance their passions-the things they love to do-with the practicality of finding fulfilling work in a difficult job market.
Concordia's Preserves: A Continuing Passion
Working with thousands of students in the classroom and in fieldwork at home and abroad, Dr. Larry Meissner has exempliﬁed servant leadership. In addition to teaching numerous courses, he has also directed the development of the Friesenhahn Cave and educated faculty, staff, and students about The Concordia Preserve.
The Key to Sustainable Dining? Just EAT: Eat, Analyze, Transform
Students at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pennsylvania, are increasing how much they E.A.T. in the dining hall. No, they're not consuming more. In fact, the changes have drastically decreased food waste.
Cyber Hygiene in Higher Education
'Tis the season where colleges across the nation are preparing to welcome the freshmen class, families, visitors and a plethora of digital devices.
Carroll University is first in nation to debut technology that changes how it recruits students. To differentiate the campus visit experience at Carroll, the university sought a new, innovative way to grasp students’ attention and interest.