Administrative/Business Tools


Indiana U Rolls Out Automated Expense Management Tool

Faculty and staff at Indiana University will now be able to submit travel bookings and out-of-pocket expenses from any device, thanks to an automated expense management system from Chrome River.

International High School Students Represent Post-Secondary Opportunity

The growth in the number of international students coming to study in the United States hasn't just slowed in higher education. The current administration's efforts to more tightly control visa issuance has also slowed growth in the count of students from outside the country attending high school.



Eastern Gateway CC Revamps Campus Bookstore, Courseware and More

Ohio's Eastern Gateway Community College is turning to Barnes & Noble Education for an array of digital content and other services, including bookstore operations, learning management system, predictive analytics and digital courseware.

Fayetteville State U Adopts Private Coaching to Improve Student Retention

Fayetteville State University has teamed with a private partner to offer 300 new full-time students personal support via executive-style coaching.

Spartanburg Community College Taps Tech for Managing Campus Events

Spartanburg Community College can now more easily schedule, promote and manage campus events with a centralized, shared calendar.

Chalk & Wire Rebrand Seeks to Boost Experiential Learning

Chalk & Wire has rebranded its assessment platform. Now known as “CWPro,” the higher education platform supports experiential learning for college students, while offering increased scalability for administrators.

Flywire Offering Lowest Mastercard Discount on International Tuition Payments

International students worldwide with Mastercard now have the option to save on cross-border tuition payments.

Indiana U Service Takes Single Application for Multiple Campuses

Besides paying one application fee, the candidate also needs to provide just a single copy of a transcript and official test scores and submit one essay.

Who's Worth More: the Administrator or the Professor?

"How Much is Too Much? Controlling Administrative Costs through Effective Oversight" provides a set of baselines allowing public and private non-profit institutions to compare the ratio of their spending on administration relative to spending on instruction.

Universities Overwhelmed with International Credit Card Tuition Payments

A new survey of 100 finance and admissions teams at American universities found that many international students pay their tuition with credit cards, putting all universities about $285 million in the hole collectively each year just to process oversees payments— not to mention nearly a third of the school year lost for some staff.

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