Engaging Chicago: How a Major Curricular Shift Leads to Profound Engaged Learning Opportunities for Students

Much has happened on American campuses since the National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE) was founded in 1971. Experiential learning...  More

LGBTQ Students & Christian Colleges and Universities

Christian colleges and universities have been grappling with the issue of LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning) students...  More

Lynchburg College Revamping Teacher Education Programs

Lynchburg College will revamp its teacher education programs by the fall of 2019, becoming the first higher education institution in the country...  More

Sharing Dorms With Pets

Multiple studies in recent years indicate that pets are powerful forms of stress relief, lowering not only blood pressure but also harmful stress...  More

The Hidden Costs of College

A national survey conducted by 1,000 Dreams Fund and underwritten by Charles Schwab examined the hidden costs of college and the effects on women,...  More

Tuition Resets: What to Know

A higher education pricing strategy dubbed the tuition reset is gaining traction.  More

Work Colleges Offer an Affordable Education

The cost of education at many private colleges and universities is getting more expensive, while grants and student loans are becoming more difficult...  More

Developing a Fleet Strategy: Seven Mistakes to Avoid

A competitive market, slow tuition growth in some markets, and even skepticism about the payoffs of expensive degrees are challenging private...  More

Millikin University Has A New Front Door

Since builders first broke ground on November 6, 2015, for the new University Commons building at Millikin University, this structure has turned...  More

The Emory & Henry Equestrian Program

Whether students are seeking to earn a college degree in equine studies or to ride competitively at the collegiate level, Emory & Henry College...  More