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Colleges use Snapchat to attract prospective students—Prospective students use universities’ Snapchat presences to get a taste of campus life.
College Affordability Diagnosis presents sobering picture of higher ed—A new report measures college affordability across the U.S.
Meeting needs through middle college—Middle college programs, which allow high school students to simultaneously work toward an associate degree, provide value.
UK’s university gender gap is a national scandal, says think tank—Men are less likely than women to attend British universities, and those who do are more likely to drop out.
The partnership between colleges and helicopter parents—A researcher examines the new ways institutions rely on parent support.
Blueprint to expand international education unveiled—The Australian government released a plan to expand educational structures and partnerships.
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- Step up your Snapchat game with ideas from our #casesmc chat this week.
Trending in CASE Communities
- Ideas for presidential farewell tour
- Finding lost alumni
- E-newsletter redesign
- Community college senior class giving
- Script for a groundbreaking
- How siloed are your major giving and annual giving teams?
What CASE Members Are Sharing
It’s commencement season! Here are the eight essentials of graduation content.
St. Bonaventure University
Florida International University
2. Personal success stories
University of Miami
5. Time-lapse footage
College of Charleston
Ozarks Technical Community College
6. Strategic use of slow motion
7. Inspiring music
Eastern Illinois University
8. A look ahead to life after graduation
North Carolina State University Alumni Association