Latest Posts in Enrollment

  • Number of Students Doing College Online –

    Online learning has seen substantial growth in recent years, due in part to changing attitudes and more schools offering these opportunities to their students. The number of students taking advantage of these educational opportunities is now in the millions. More than 6.7 million students took at least one online course […]

  • Career Advancement Through Online Classes –

    In today’s competitive job market, it’s advantageous for workers to stay one step ahead. Whether by acquiring new workplace skills or furthering their education, Americans are aware that growth of their knowledge and capabilities is imperative to have longevity in their careers. Eighty-nine percent of working Americans believe there is […]

  • Study: Economic Impact of College –

    Online degree programs are making a college education increasingly accessible, and college enrollments are on the rise, but higher education continues to face the widening gap between increasing costs, and declining funding. A recent joint study from the Department of Treasury and Department of Education examined the economic impact of […]

  • Board Members Think College is Too Pricey –

    The cost of attending college has proven to be an issue for parents and students alike. Although some schools’ efforts to implement tuition freezes and lower tuition might help ease the financial strain, the reality is many people simply are unable to afford a higher education. A recent report by […]

  • Private Non-for-Profit Schools Break Trend –

    Despite an overall decline in fall 2012 enrollment compared to fall 2011, enrollments in four-year, private, not-for-profit colleges and universities increased slightly, according to a recent report by The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. The Current Term Enrollment Estimates report is the first in a series of enrollment estimates to […]

  • Added Value of Online Learning Strategies –

    Increasing the opportunities for online learning is key to ongoing sustainability and survival of institutions for higher education, according to Roger Brinner, chief economist at The Parthenon Group. According to a press release by The Parthenon Group, in a recent address to 30 university presidents and leaders in the New-England […]

  • Increased Enrollment in Business Masters –

    While enrollment in undergraduate business programs has remained fairly steady over the last five years, it has decreased slightly, according to a recent paper released by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. Though the report, which includes data reported from 482 AACSB-accredited schools since 2007-2008, shows […]