Colleges Get Creative with Fundraising


This is a fascinating article about how colleges are now using crowdfunding to reach a younger pool of potential donors.  […]

Don’t Make These New Grad Mistakes…


Thousands of students will be receiving their diploma in the next few weeks and embarking on their first job search. […]

What We’re Reading: Congress Digging Into Over-Inflation of College Tuitions


If you pay any amount of attention to the news, its no shock that the cost of higher education is […]

New Rule Extends Stay in US for Some Foreign Grads


Good news published recently in The New York Times regarding grads in specified fields that wish to remain in the US. International […]

Student Affairs and Exercise


Amy Lorenz is a COCM’s Director at Bowling Green State University. You may have caught her on a recent podcast […]

Small Changes…Big Payoffs


  Great article this week in the Washington Post.  The act of addressing the issues faced by these students and thousands […]

“Wanted…A Harvard for Skilled Jobs”


Great post by our friend and author, Jeff Selingo, regarding his soon to be released book, “There is Life After […]

The Passing of a Man Who Forever Changed the World of Communication


Raymond Tomlinson is not a household name. Yet, the majority of households in the country, daily use a method of […]

On-Line Learning and the Rising Freshman


“Study suggests acceptance of online education still lags among high school students.” Interesting article from Inside Higher Ed about high school […]

Trust, Experience and Message Count


From The New York Times: New Hampshire Takeaways: Trust, Experience and Message Count The nation’s first primary showed strengths for […]