Survey Reveals Gap Between Public and Policymakers When it Comes to Understanding Today’s College Students
Higher Learning Advocates research finds pop culture archetype still holds sway with many in the general public while policymakers…
What a difference ten years makes. Over ten years ago, on August 14, 2008, President George W. Bush signed…
Can alternative providers offer better career outcomes for students?
Student-centric change depends on our ability to incorporate student voice early and often.
An update from the field: why the Detroit Chamber is engaging businesses to promote equity
Too often, myths and misconceptions take root that contradict student realities
Julie Peller is quoted in a Hechinger Report article looking at trends in adult student enrollment
Responding to new disparities affecting adults, parents and others continues the work begun by civil rights pioneers generations ago
A sensible and necessary federal bookkeeping process is intimidating and confusing for students, and that needs to change.
Our interview with Moises Roman Mendoza, Williams College Class of 2019
Executive Director Julie Peller and NASPA President Kevin Kruger wrote an op-ed in The Hill urging a revamp of…
Our nation’s higher education policies must be designed in ways that are attentive to the needs of today’s students
Balancing the demands of academics, parenthood, full-time work and commuting—all in pursuit of the degree
A more robust higher education discourse for a wide-open future, not a narrowing past
New Higher Education Campaign Launches to Highlight Changing Experiences of Today’s Students Through Their Stories
Voices of Today’s Students campaign shares stories about the triumphs and tribulations students face and the various pathways they…
National higher education policy should be built around the needs and priorities of students, who are taking different pathways…