Last week, I attended and exhibited at the University Professional & Continuing Education Association’s (UPCEA) Summit for Online Leadership & Strategy (SOLS) at Coronado Island in San Diego, California. UPCEA is a nationwide organization focused on professional, continuing, and online education. For this conference, UPCEA partnered with the American Council on Education (ACE) in order

Please join us in attendance at the 2014 International Center for Academic Integrity’s (ICAI) Annual Conference in Jacksonville, Florida from February 28th, 2014 to March 2nd, 2014. The ICAI conference brings together academic professionals from around the world to identify innovative ways to hinder cheating and academic dishonesty in higher education. This year’s conference features

The idea of getting into college, only to graduate four years later graduate with six-figure debt and bleak career prospects, shows the landscape some students are facing in higher education. Long gone are the days when students had the luxury to opt for degrees out of pure interest instead of employability. Today, it takes one

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) had been a struggling, 2,000-students school but today, using a student-as-customer model has managed to have over 34,000 enrolled students in its online programs. The University offers more than 180 programs in total, ranging from Social Media and Health Informatics bachelors’ degrees, to Robotics and Artificial Intelligence graduate degrees. Six

Poor enrollment has had many schools, both public and private; see an unprecedented decrease in their net tuition revenue. The latest Moody’s Investor Service survey reveals that universities’ tuition revenue cannot keep up with inflation. The economic recession is only now showing how deeply it has affected higher education. Before the recession, most universities would