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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Remaking the American University: Market-Smart and Mission-Centered Locked

From Volume 36 Number 2 | January–March 2008
Planning for Higher Education Journal

A Culture of Evidence: What Is It? Do We Have One? Locked

From Volume 35 Number 3 | April–June 2007
Do you really know your students' needs and the reality of their matriculation experiences?
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Increasing Access to College: Extending Possibilities for all Students Locked

From Volume 34 Number 1 | September–November 2005
Planning for Higher Education Journal

A Retention Assessment Process: Utilizing Total Quality Management Principles and Focus Groups Locked

From Volume 33 Number 3 | March–May 2005
The longer a student stays at an institution of higher learning, the higher the cost of losing that student becomes. This case study from Dalton College engages TQM principles in the study of retention issues.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

A Multidimensional Strategy for Student Assessment Locked

From Volume 30 Number 2 | Winter 2001–2002
The results of a national study to propose several multidimensional planning models for institutional planners and researchers focus on developing, supporting, and using a number of important factors.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

“Roads Scholars” Faculty’s Role in Student Recruitment Locked

From Volume 29 Number 3 | Spring 2001
In this innovative program, faculty members take an active role.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Attracting Black Students into Engineering Locked

From Volume 19 Number 4 | Summer 1991
As a national shortage looms, universities try more daring approaches.
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How to Support Successful Institutional Planning

What does it take to succeed at integrated planning in higher education? We surveyed over 94,000 college and university professionals. Here’s what they said makes a difference.
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