North American colleges most likely to expect revenue declines, survey finds

Dive Brief:  North American college leaders were more likely to expect institutional revenues to decline amid the pandemic than officials in any other world region, according to a recent survey from the International Association of University Presidents and Santander Universidades shared with Education Dive.  Officials at North American schools were also the most likely to […]

Survey: Distance learning creates more work with less rigor

Dive Brief: The sudden transition from in-person learning to remote instruction resulted in more work but with less academic rigor, according to a Cognia survey of more than 74,000 students, teachers and parentsconducted between late April and late June. Among...

Pandemic has shaken colleges’ future enrollment prospects: survey

Dive Brief: More than half of college enrollment officers said in a recent survey they expect the pandemic to significantly affect how they build their applicant pools going forward. The National Association for College Admission Counseling, in conjunction with...

Enrollment fell at more than half of colleges this fall: survey

Dive Brief: Slightly more than half of nearly 300 college presidents surveyed in September by the American Council on Education (ACE) say their campuses’ enrollment is lower this fall than a year ago, with community college executives reporting decreases the...

Faculty confidence in online learning grew this summer, survey finds

Dive Brief:  Nearly half (49%) of college faculty members view online learning as an effective method of teaching, according to an August survey of more than 3,600 instructors from Tyton Partners, an investment bank and consulting firm that covers the education...