As families weigh the value propositions of various colleges and universities, those institutions have a responsibility to be forthcoming about real cost, quality, and outcomes.
An annotated guide to the data that the U.S. Department of Education draws upon for its College Scorecard and the caveats that should be known about it.
Hint: It’s not U.S. News & World Report or Forbes. And it’s not LinkedIn, Niche, or anything else online.
While the Halloween season is a wonderful celebration of fantasy, masks, and disguises, today’s higher education marketplace craves realism, authenticity, and transparency on the part of colleges and universities.
Institutions’ financial aid websites have become a key touchpoint during the recruiting process. We examine some best practices among them.
As we do each January, The Lawlor Group offers this summary of trends in the higher education marketplace that we predict will have a significant impact on student recruitment and enrollment efforts during the coming year.
Will the soon-to-be-enforced mandate that colleges and universities host a net price calculator on their websites bring transparency to the issue of cost?