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Christian Academia Books Recommended by Larry McKinney

Who should Christian college leaders ask for book recommendations?   Larry McKinney’s broad range of experience in Christian academia makes him an ideal candidate. He has served as president of Simpson University, Providence University College and Seminary, and the Association of Canadian Bible Colleges. As executive director of the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), […]

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The need for a comprehensive college enrollment management strategy that is supported by competent and trained staff is more important than ever before.

College Enrollment Trends

College enrollment in the United States declined for a sixth straight year, according to new data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, but at the slowest pace since the slide began.  The 1 percent decline this past fall was due to undergraduate enrollments, which fell by nearly 224,000 students or 1.4 percent. Graduates and […]

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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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Religious Freedom, Human Sexuality, Same-Sex Marriage and Christian Colleges: What is at Stake?

The recent US Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriages is just one more example of what happens when the laws of the land conflict with the Christian conscience. When legal opinions on same-sex marriage and Christian colleges are at odds, there could be implications pertaining to religious freedom, Title IV, tax exemption or accreditation. While […]

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