In the upcoming edition of The Presidency, ACE’s Chris Nellum and Terry Hartle discuss a surprising and deeply troubling trend: A steep decline in the percentage of low-income students enrolling in college immediately after graduating from high school.
This year’s National Survey of Student Engagement report—known as Nessie—released this week included some interesting information from its companion faculty survey. As a part of the 2015 Faculty Survey of Student Engagement, over 2,900 faculty responded to a series of experimental questions that explored their feelings of safety and perceptions of institutional support based on …
In honor of International Education Week (IEW), we wanted to spotlight one of our many member institutions doing exemplary work in the field.
Faculty play a critical role in college and university internationalization efforts, although institutional support for this engagement is often lacking.
In commemoration of Veterans Day, we wanted to share with you two ACE member institutions that have initiated innovative programs and services for student veterans.
The drawdown of military personnel from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has contributed to substantial growth in the number of military-connected students who use federal educational benefits to enroll in college. A quick look at the risk factors that may hinder their completion:
Workforce diversity and access to postsecondary education are both key to creating a more creative and productive workforce.
The College Board today released its annual “Trends in College Pricing” and “Trends in Student Aid” reports—here’s a quick summary of the findings.