Catch up on the latest advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions.
Globe-trotting colleges branch out for growth, enrollment opportunities—International branch campuses are on the rise.
College endowment returns sink to their lowest level since the financial crisis—Years of tepid endowment returns may threaten U.S. institutions’ future spending.
Colleges discover the rural student—U.S. institutions reach out to rural students, who face a particular set of challenges on the road to enrollment.
Study: Fast-rising room and board costs worsen college affordability problem—Food and dorm charges increase faster than inflation.
Philanthropy trends: A look back on 2016 and toward 2017—Permanent charitable capital is on the rise while philanthropic participation is down.
- Today is the last day to take advantage of our extended early bird deal for our Social Media & Community Conference. See you in Cali?
- Also coming up: Institute for Senior Annual Giving Professionals; Strategic Talent Management; Editors Forum.
- Feb. 10 is the last day to recognize a colleague for a Distinguished Service Award.
- In Advancement Weekly: tips to control your emotions during tense situations; image tools to boost your content; how to combine leadership and service.
- Five social media projects to try in 2017—from BriefCASE.
- Seven questions independent schools should ask to differentiate themselves, from #casenais conference chair Melissa von Stade.
Trending in CASE Communities
- Successful monthly giving programs
- Foundation & alumni websites: together or separate?
- Major events on holiday weekends?
- Alumni association naming suggestions
- New website launch options
- Snapchat success stories
- Ideas for 25th anniversary
- Annual fund infographics
Shared by CASE Members
Here’s an inside look at LARP life from Eastern Illinois University.
To design a smarter bicycle racing suit, researchers at TU-Delft used 3-D printers and helium-filled soap bubbles. For real.
University of Maryland theater students brought portraits to life at the National Portrait Gallery.