Written by: Beth McMurtrie Published by: The Chronicle of Higher Education MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Higher education has been granted good will these past couple of months by students and their families. But as with an unhappy marriage, everyone involved agrees that the patched-together system of awkward Zoom classes, glitchy technology, and uncertain expectations, … [Read more...] about Are Colleges Ready for a Different Kind of Teaching This Fall?
Written by: John Byrne Published by: Forbes MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: There is little surprise that the students at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts are upset. As on-campus classes for the $58,552-a-year degree program have moved onto the Internet, a good many of them are asking why they should have to pay full tuition when they’re not getting what they … [Read more...] about Should Colleges Discount Tuition Because Of The Shift To Internet Classes?
Written by: Herzing University and National Association of Hispanic Nurses Published by: APG Wisconsin MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Through the partnership, NAHN members are eligible for tuition discounts on all of Herzing's undergrad and graduate nursing programs, including the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, RN to BSN completion program, Master of Science … [Read more...] about Herzing University Partners with National Association of Hispanic Nurses
Content written by Melissa Korn and published by The Wall Street Journal. MBA News Digest Comment: Will this move from undergraduate programs to graduate programs? Extracted Content: Escalating the heated battle for students, some private colleges are offering to match public in-state tuition. Oglethorpe University near Atlanta will match the tuition of any state flagship university for … [Read more...] about In Race for Students, Colleges Offer to Match Tuition at Rival Schools
Content written and published by William Howard Taft University via a press release. MBA News Digest Comment: This grant program is clearly a marketing inducement to get applicants to complete their application and to enroll. This is the first time I have seen a grant program structured this way. Extracted Content: The MBA challenge grant is first come, first serve for the first 25 qualified … [Read more...] about William Howard Taft University Announces MBA Challenge Grant
LEBANON – McKendree University has recently entered in a partnership with the Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois to offer online degree programs at a discounted price to all employees. All interested employees, including cookie managers and leaders, can now pursue an online BBA degree, online MBA degree, and many others at a 10 percent tuition discount. Formed in 2009, the Girl Scouts of Southern … [Read more...] about McKendree University partners with Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois to offer online degree discounts to employees