Coverage of legislation and regulatory activity that affects higher education
Jewel by the Sea
A remote seaside area of Endicott College’s campus, once home to a historic mansion, had become a hodgepodge of underused facilities. A new vision, supported by solid financial planning and phased construction, turned an eyesore into a campus gem.
Insights: John Lippincott on the Future of Giving
John Lippincott, president of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, discusses current fundraising challenges and giving trends changed by the recession.
Environmentally conscious campuses are taking on the role of managing resource consumption. Highlights of the 2010 Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference describe efforts to preserve and protect.
Lisa Ling Expands the Conversation
One of higher education’s most crucial roles, believes television journalist Ling, is engaging students in the global community. Ling shares her world view at the NACUBO 2010 Annual Meeting in July.
Tuition Discount Shake-Up
The financial crisis pushed institution leaders to overturn rates that had been stable since 2002. The 2009 NACUBO Tuition Discounting Study reports that the economy’s recent dynamics have sent rates to an all-time high.
Short news articles based on research surveys and peers’ business experiences that can benefit institutions