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5 trends in upward transfer that 4-year colleges should watch

5 trends in upward transfer that 4-year colleges should watch

Higher Ed Dive Natalie Schwartz September 15, 2022 We took a closer look at National Student Clearinghouse Research Center data to tease out what could most impact 4-year institutions. Transfer enrollment has been hammered hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Over the past two years, the number of transfer students enrolling […]

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Sikich

Sikich

Primary Contact: Kelly Glover – Marketing Manager Email: kelly.glover@sikich.com 1415 W. Diehl Rd Suite 400 Naperville, IL 60563 (877) 279-1900 Website: https://www.sikich.com/ Company Information: Sikich is a nationwide leader in providing Title IV audits and consulting services to private, for-profit and not-for-profit post-secondary schools and colleges, community colleges and universities. […]

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New Title IX Rules Get 235,000 Comments

New Title IX Rules Get 235,000 Comments

Inside Higher Ed Katherine Knott September 14, 2022 A step forward or backward? Title IX public comments show deep divisions. Higher education associations generally like Education Secretary Miguel Cardona’s new regulations for Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 but want more clarity about how the changes would be carried out, […]

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Transfer Enrollments Continue Pandemic-Driven Decline

Transfer Enrollments Continue Pandemic-Driven Decline

Inside Higher Ed Liam Knox September 13, 2022 Transfer enrollment from two- to four-year institutions, already down in 2021, continued to fall through the second year of the pandemic, the National Student Clearinghouse finds. Transfer enrollment from two-year institutions to four-year bachelor’s degree programs continued to decline during the 2021–22 […]

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Colorado Supreme Court to hear cases on charter schools, for-profit college

Colorado Supreme Court to hear cases on charter schools, for-profit college

The Gazette Michael Karlik September 11, 2022 The Colorado Supreme Court has agreed to hear three cases implicating the government’s ability to deny applications for charter schools and for Good Samaritans to receive compensation for injuries they suffer during a rescue. The justices also announced on Tuesday they will review a complex […]

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Rep. Katie Porter’s university housing deal draws scrutiny

Rep. Katie Porter’s university housing deal draws scrutiny

AP News Brian Slodysko September 9, 2022 WASHINGTON (AP) — In Orange County, California, where the typical house sells for $1 million, Rep. Katie Porter’s four-bedroom, three-bath residence in a leafy subdivision on the University of California Irvine campus is a bargain. The progressive Democrat and law professor, who has lamented the […]

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