Declining enrollments, state funding cuts, and increased public accountability place unprecedented pressure on community college leaders. Tasked with serving multiple missions, community college leaders must promote student success and access while ensuring long-term financial sustainability. The Community College Executive Forum provides industry-tested strategies, insights, and resources to help you meet these pressing challenges.
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Carla Hickman serves as Managing Director with EAB. Carla works with higher education leaders across the two- and four-year sectors overseeing research for the Community College Executive Forum and for leaders of continuing, professional, online, and adult education through the COE Forum.
Magda Rolfes serves as a Practice Manager at EAB. Magda works with higher education leaders across the two- and four-year sectors overseeing research for the Community College Executive Forum and for leaders of continuing, professional, online, and adult education through the COE Forum.
This study focuses on three critical aspects of faculty engagement: making strategic goals meaningful for frontline faculty, increasing faculty participation in mitigating student risk, and elevating committee and task force performance.
We’ve heard from community colleges in about their future concerns and gathered ways they should prepare.
Policies designed with four-year universities in mind often have the unintended byproduct of perverse incentives for community colleges and their students.
As the number of underserved student populations attending two-year institutions continues to grow, community college leaders have expressed their resolution to serve these students by providing equitable opportunities that will lead to viable career options.
Relying on a combination of enrollment data and pathway projections, Monroe Community College staff generate schedules that flex to students’ needs, while maintaining optimal enrollment.
A student-facing platform built for mobile and web—delivering personalized yet scalable guidance to each student. Designed for students, by students.
Our experts from the Student Success Collaborative-Navigate share the latest data and insights community college leaders need to guide more students to completion.
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