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Student protests: How to handle civil unrest on campus


December 15, 2014 by Esther Finch


Many protests have erupted on campuses across the U.S. due to recent current events. Make sure your administrators and faculty know how to handle student unrest – before it becomes a public relations nightmare.

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Colleges cracked down on employee complaints: Where they went wrong


December 1, 2014 by Esther Finch

Knowing the line between protected speech and insubordination can help keep your university out of legal trouble. These two recent cases provide clear guidance from the courts.

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When students fight discipline: 2 rulings from the court


November 3, 2014 by Esther Finch

Student conduct officials have a hard enough job as it is. It’s only made harder when a student, unhappy with the outcome of a disciplinary procedure, threatens to sue. But as the cases below demonstrate, the courts often have student affairs’ back.

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Heads up: These often overlooked students are protected under the ADA


October 27, 2014 by Esther Finch

These students should be registering with disability services. The trouble is, many of them don’t. Make sure they’re getting the accommodations they need. 

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15% of students report experiencing this troubling behavior on campus


September 15, 2014 by Esther Finch

Think bullying stops after high school? Think again. College bullying is a real problem – and it’s not just the students perpetrating it. 

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Is your college inadvertently encouraging students to drink?


August 25, 2014 by Esther Finch

How does your college handle alcohol-related offenses and incidents? The answer could be affecting your students’ health and safety.

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8 sexual violence problems your college needs to know


July 28, 2014 by Esther Finch

Poorly handled sexual assault cases at U.S. colleges have been making headlines recently. Here’s where many universities are going wrong.

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Fewer students returning after their first year: How to bring them back


July 21, 2014 by Esther Finch

Another school year is about to begin – do you know how many students plan on returning? According to a recent study, it could be less than in years past.

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What Do Your Employees Really Think Of You?


July 14, 2014 by Geneva Reid

Do you think you know what your employees say about you when you’re not around?  

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Body Language to Avoid In Job Interviews


July 7, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Here are seven gestures to avoid when going on a job interview:  

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Never Post These On Facebook Or Twitter


June 30, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

You’re probably already being careful about what you post online — but here are seven items to add to the “never” list:  

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Using company email for personal use?


June 23, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

We’ve all sent out personal emails on company computers, right? Well, that may soon be coming to an end.  

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The good (and bad) news for recent college grads


June 16, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Seems like things are looking up for recent colleges grads … or are they?  

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What’s more important than a good salary?


June 9, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Whether you’re a recent grad or been employed for a while, what do you consider the most important factor to your job satisfaction? If you’re thinking it’s salary, think again.   

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Who Has The Worst Drug And Alcohol Problems On Campus?


June 2, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

When it comes to drugs and alcohol, which schools are at the top of the list?  

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Who Are Higher Ed’s Biggest Donors?


May 23, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Who’s behind those big college donations — and exactly how much are they giving?  

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Are college football players employees?


May 19, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

If college football players are employees of their school, should their scholarship money be taxed?  

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New Survey: The State of Higher Ed


May 12, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

What does the American public think of higher ed these days? Here are the results from a recent Gallup poll.  

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Keeping ‘Em On Campus


May 5, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

The quality of college dorms usually ranks right up there with their food. And for this university, students now will be required to live on campus for their first three years.  

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New survey: The schools students really want to attend


April 28, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

So where do students really want to go to college? The results are in.  

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Schools With The Best Return On Investment


April 21, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Which schools give you the best return on your investment? The answers are right here …  

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College Degrees That Just Don’t Pay


April 14, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

While it’s important to choose a field of study you love, the realities of life also demand that you are appropriately paid for what you do. Check out these degrees that have the worst return on investment.  

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What’s In Store For Today’s College Grads?


April 7, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Not all recent college grads are underemployed and worried about paying the rent. Check out the latest data on the millennials.  

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Who Has The Best Online Programs?


March 31, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Here it is: The best online colleges of 2014, according to US News & World Report.  

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Want To Know Exactly What A College Degree Is Worth?


March 24, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

What’s a college education worth? Many schools are coming up with a way to answer that question.  

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Top 10: America’s Happiest Schools


March 17, 2014 by Drake Stone

 

How does your school stack up against America’s happiest colleges?

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Where Are Adjuncts Headed?


March 10, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Do adjunct faculty get enough support from their schools? 

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Is A College Degree Worth It? Surprising New Study


March 3, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

It seems the question is always being posed: “Is a college degree worth it?” Well, a new study just came out and the answer may surprise you.  

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College Majors That Pay The Most


February 24, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

It’s all well and good to do what you love … but let’s face it: The big question is always “How much will I earn?” A new study may have the answers.  

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College Test Anxiety: What It Is And What To Do For It


February 17, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

It may not be enough for some students to prepare for an upcoming test: They may need to prepare for the anxiety that goes along with the test.  

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Is Your Personal Info Safe?


February 10, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

How safe is a student’s personal information?  

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Who’s Eating The Unhealthiest Food?


February 3, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

When you think of late night eating, you don’t usually think of kale, apples and walnuts. Check out this list of schools where students seem to have the worst eating habits.  

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How Good Is Your School’s Website?


January 27, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

A good website for your school will save time, money and boost credibility. Check out the 10 design guidelines your school should be following.  

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What’s Your College Doing To Prevent Rape?


January 20, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

It’s being called an “epidemic” on campuses across the country. So the question is: What’s your school doing to prevent rape and keep female students safe? 

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Why Are So Many College Students Depressed?


January 13, 2014 by Geneva Reid

 

Are college days the “best days of your life” — or do they actually have the potential to be the opposite? Here’s what the latest research shows.  

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