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Association of Business Administrators of Christian Colleges (ABACC Conference Profile)

The ABACC conference provides professional development, networking, and support for Christian higher education business and finance officers. Being a specialized conference, you would not want to send a wide variety of staff members here. But, it is almost essential to send business officers because of the unique opportunity for them to receive high quality professional […]

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What Might an Accreditation Self-Study Consultation Look Like?

Are you battling an accreditation self-study? Do you wonder whether it’s time to engage a good consultant? Achieving accreditation is not simply a matter of submitting correctly-written answers and perfectly-formatted documents. It is a matter of changing the way your organization operates so that it is, and will continue to be, worthy of accreditation. Thus, accreditation is […]

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New Column: Conference Profiles

Conferences are important for learning new skills, networking with colleagues, and being exposed to opportunities offered by exhibitors.  Because conferences are so valuable for those serving Christian colleges, we are launching a new column. In fact, promoting good conferences contributes to the achievement of our mission: Raising up Christian colleges in quality, quantity, reputation and […]

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SB 1146: Roaring Lambs Score Win in Sexual Liberty vs. Religious Liberty Bill Targeting Christian Schools

For the past 10 to 15 years, those pushing the radical LGBT agenda, with the aid of the cultural elites, have been disrespecting and misinterpreting the U.S. Constitution, including the First Amendment, and passing law after law that seeks to marginalize, silence, and demonize religious dissent, especially biblical Christianity. This did not begin with SB […]

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Digital Discussion Groups: No Longer Limited to Distance Education

Why Welcome Digital Discussion Groups?

Have you noticed that chalkboards are turning into class-sized computer screens, or that school libraries are looking more like coffee shops where directed group discussions and collaborative efforts are being held on students’ personal devices? Digital discussion groups are becoming the “new normal” in traditional classes. Instead of being reluctantly pulled along to this digital […]

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Higher Education Enrollment Trends in Canada and the United States

Higher education enrollment is up slightly in Canada and down slightly in the United States, according to 2012 figures released by Canadian Trends in Higher Education and the U.S. Census Bureau. Enrollment continued to grow modestly in Canada with 1,027,000 undergraduate and 190,000 graduate students attending colleges and universities in the fall, 2012. Conversely, the enrollment in American higher […]

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Grand Larceny: The Secular Conversion of Christian Colleges

Eighty years after the founding of Harvard, Cotton Mather and his fellow pastors saw that Harvard was losing its founding purpose. They were so concerned about Harvard’s mission drift that they started a new college: Yale. Most Ivy League colleges were started as Christian colleges, but we have seen a consistent pattern over the centuries: the […]

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11 Symptoms of Financial Aid Office Trouble

Overseeing the financial aid office is a daunting task with many possible points of failure and a whole new vocabulary. When the office is not running at optimum health, errors and omissions will appear in audits or program reviews by the U.S. Department of Education. Such financial aid office trouble can result in great cost […]

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