A&S gave us sound advice on a broad range of positioning challenges, involving our key external constituencies. They were a solid partner, effectively working with us and presenting to our board.Evan Caminker, Dean, University of Michigan Law School
The people who work for Art & Science are incredibly bright. They came in with a fresh perspective and helped us identify the initiatives and factors that would prompt students to actually apply and enroll at Richmond.Nanci Tessier, VP Enrollment Management, University of Richmond
A&S's research and recommendations helped our school community coalesce around strategic initiatives that became top-drawer admissions and fundraising initiatives.Mary Moss, Former Assoc. Head, Institutional Development, Saint. Mary's School
I don’t think I would have been able to drive change without the solid market research A&S provided. A&S really helped us hone in on the major issue we had to address as an institution.Robert Wyatt, President, Coker College
A&S Principals to Participate in NACUBO-Sponsored Pricing Webinar
When: Thursday, December 12, 2013
Time: 1 to 2:30 pm (EST)
Karen Foust, Exec. VP for Strategic Initiatives and VP for Enrollment, Hendrix College; Steve Farmer, Vice Provost for Enrollment and Undergraduate Admissions, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Craig Goebel, Principal and Rick Hesel, Principal, Art & Science Group; and Natalie Davis, Manager, NACUBO Research and Policy Analysis
Click here to register for the NACUBO tuition pricing webinar.
A recent debate has emerged among political commentators regarding the role of government in public higher education spending. It appears that state subsidization of public universities, once thought to be a given for maintaining access for all members of socioeconomic spectrum, is being disputed as a “regressive” taxation by certain experts, particularly Demos writer Matt Bruenig. Bruenig has repeatedly pointed out that majority of students at public universities do not come from lower income backgrounds, and that escalating public funding of higher education “does not ever serve even the majority of the public who do not attendfour year college.”read more
Influence of US News and Other College Rankings
Among the major findings from the latest issue of studentPOLL—focused on the influence of the national rankings on college choice—two-thirds of students surveyed reported that US News and other college rankings influenced their college application decisions.