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  • What will it take to build an analytics-driven campus?
    White Papers / Analytics and Data Integration

    What will it take to build an analytics-driven campus?

    Learn how the C-Suite is investing in analytics and what obstacles are hindering campus-wide adoption.

  • Connected Technology Experiences
    White Papers / Student Experience

    Connected Technology Experiences

    As the pace of change in higher education rapidly accelerates, it’s vital for colleges to free data from silos to deliver a more personalized and data driven experience for their students via integrated, flexible and future-ready technology that contributes to success on campus.

  • Sharing data to enhance the student lifecycle from prospect to alumni
    White Papers / Advancement

    Sharing data to enhance the student lifecycle from prospect to alumni

    Obtaining better data is key to higher education institutions effectively engaging with prospects, students, and alumni throughout the student lifecycle. However, that data is often siloed within administrative and academic departments. These strategies for sharing data across departments will help higher education institutions improve their engagement efforts and optimize results.

  • Enrollment Management and Big Data in an Era of Change
    White Papers / Enrollment and Retention

    Enrollment Management and Big Data in an Era of Change

    Today’s enrollment managers must be both strategic and systems thinkers. They must be adroit at assessing and adopting new technologies, and skilled in analyzing data. They must be adept campus politicians. Moreover, they need to work well under extraordinary pressure.

  • College Students and Their Data
    White Papers / Student Experience

    College Students and Their Data

    From application to graduation, U.S. students give colleges an incredible amount of their personal data, and they both want and expect schools to use that data in a way that optimizes their college experience and career.

  • Selecting a Student Success Solution for Higher Education
    White Papers / Modernizing the Campus

    Selecting a Student Success Solution for Higher Education

    According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), approximately 90% of the fastest-growing jobs will require some form of higher education. It falls to higher education to ensure that there are enough suitably qualified graduates to satisfy demand.

  • 2017 Survey of Community College Presidents
    White Papers / Workforce Development

    2017 Survey of Community College Presidents

    Inside Higher Ed’s third annual survey of community college presidents seeks to understand how these leaders view the key issues facing two-year higher education institutions in the U.S. In recent years, community college enrollment has declined nationally over the past several years.

  • Peer leadership
    White Papers / Enrollment and Retention

    Peer leadership

    The power of peer influence on human development is well documented. And higher education has been harnessing this power to improve student success for decades. Yet many peer leadership programs are geared toward first-year students or are limited in scope.

  • Finding Insight in an Ocean of Data
    White Papers / Analytics and Data Integration

    Finding Insight in an Ocean of Data

    Educational institutions are not short of data. The challenge is to turn their data into reliable information that can be used to make sensible academic and business decisions. This report identifies how modern analytics solutions targeted at higher education can help institutions realize their goals through reliable, data-based decision making.

  • Empowering Employees
    White Papers / Financial Management and HR

    Empowering Employees

    Higher education is a field with a bold, important mission for the people it serves and the people who work in this field. That mission—core values and all—is a magnetic, guiding force. But that does not mean faculty, staff, and students are fully engaged at all times.