Higher Ed Costs

University of La Verne, and Its Approach to Higher Education and Service, Featured in LA Times Article about Affordable Private Colleges

Reporter Rosanna Xia of the LA Times wrote about the University of La Verne’s student demographics and its financial support that makes private college...   Read More

New Book Examines Higher Education that Prepares Graduates for Dynamic Careers in Today’s Economy

‘The Power of Integrated Learning’ Details Unique Approach to Learning that Blends Liberal Arts, Professional Preparation and Civic Engagement  Higher education is tasked with...   Read More

Liberal Arts and STEM Education are not Mutually Exclusive

A recent article in the New York Times (“A Rising Call to Promote STEM Education and Cut Liberal Arts Funding,” 2/21/16) was a disheartening...   Read More

Students’ Passion about Higher Ed Costs Leads to Super PAC

By Nicole Crossey, ’16, and Andrea Stickley, ’14 Widener University What’s wrong with the kids of today? Young adults in today’s world are subjected...   Read More

Experiential Learning in an Inter-Disciplinary, Multiple University Collaboration

By J. Wesley Leckrone, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science, Widener University Loyd Bastin, Widener’s Coordinator of Undergraduate Research, contacted me in early December...   Read More

Widener Business Students Show Determination in Researching Higher Ed Costs

By Richard Goeke, Ph.D. associate professor of business at Widener University The NAC&U research project into the cost of higher education was invaluable for...   Read More

NAC&U Undergraduates Research the Cost of Higher Education

By Nancy Hensel, President, NAC&U When I arrived at NAC&U I contacted the provosts regarding participation in a collaborative undergraduate research project on the...   Read More

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