Monthly Archives: June 2014

Higher Ed Hero’s Top 5 Strategies to Re-Engage Lost Alumni

In the first few years after college, your former students and (hopefully) one-day donors are likely to move often, change their numbers and often become lost to your institution. If they’re not engaged during this period, it becomes much more…

Financial Aid Reform: New FAST Act Calls for 2-Question FAFSA Form

New legislation was introduced last week to reform Financial Aid in Higher Education. One of the major proposed changes was scrapping the current, 108-question and 10-page form for a 2-question form that could fit on a postcard. The authors of…

Eliminating Sexual Assault on Campus & Title IX: New Changes Proposed

On June 3, 2014, Democratic Senators Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Kristen Gillibrand of New York and Richard Blumenthal held the second of three roundtable meetings in preparation of a proposal for legislation to improve response to sexual assault on campus.…