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Carl Sandburg College

Carl Sandburg College with the 1-2 Punch to Knock out Retention Issues

With dwindling budgets and legacy pressure to grow enrollments, institutions are being forced to evaluate priorities.  In 2012, 21.6 million students attended colleges and universities (Source: National Center for Education Statistics).  Yet, according to a recent article in the New York Times, college enrollment fell 2% in 2012-2013.  Couple these new enrollment trends with declining […]

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Expanding a Small University’s Offerings

In 2009, Ohio University Lancaster Campus (OUL) set out on a mission. The faculty identified the need to provide tutoring to OUL’s 2,000+ students, but struggled to figure out how to staff such a center. Many of OUL’s students transfer to Ohio University’s main campus after two years, so the students who could potentially be […]

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