Is Regulatory Alleviation for Colleges and Universities Near?

Institutions' lamentations of regulatory pressures are not a new phenomenon. Regulatory and compliance influences are often engaged in debate and discourse. Regardless of national conversation, legislators continue to reintroduce new means intended to uphold quality assurances. In fact, Senators Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) have recently reintroduce a bill to create new types of … Continue reading Is Regulatory Alleviation for Colleges and Universities Near?

White House Budget Threatens Institutions’ Capacity for Compliance

Institutions often struggle with enrollment management, especially with regard to process development within an evolving ecology of higher education. Scholars and practitioners continue to document enrollment management complications ad nauseam, and publicly available evidence on matriculation trends imply growing financial challenges for institutions heavily dependent on tuition revenue. The frailty of institution's patterned challenges with evidencing sound enrollment management … Continue reading White House Budget Threatens Institutions’ Capacity for Compliance

Mary Ellen Petrisko Testifies to Congress

WSCUC Remains a Leader in Regulatory Quality I've only met Dr. Mary Ellen Petrisko a few times -- both opportunities during small group settings and neither of which were likely uniquely memorable. Nevertheless, for years, I've admired Mary Ellen's groundbreaking work and professional agenda. She's an educational leader who serves higher education with thoughtful stewardship and an … Continue reading Mary Ellen Petrisko Testifies to Congress