Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content


2012 Election Results: What They Mean for Higher Education

A Special ACE Members-Only Webinar with Terry Hartle

November 15, 2012 12:00 PM

The 2012 election will have major implications for American higher education. From the presidential race to Senate, House and gubernatorial races nationwide, it is critical that campus leaders understand the potential impact of the results on the national higher education landscape and on their day-to-day work.

In this special, members-only webinar, Terry Hartle, senior vice president for Government and Public Affairs discussed the results of the election and shared his thoughts about the implications of the election for colleges and universities.

This webinar focused on key areas such as:

  • The “fiscal cliff” and its impact on higher education
  • Legislative and regulatory changes that may be in the offing
  • Likelihood of Higher Education Act reauthorization in 2013

ACE is pleased to have provided its members with the opportunity to converse with Terry Hartle, one of the nation’s leading experts on higher education policy. The webinar devoted a significant portion of its time to audience Q&A and all registrants had the opportunity to send us questions in advance.

This webinar was a special benefit for ACE members only and was open to anyone at an ACE member institution. If your institution is not an ACE member and you would like to learn more about ACE membership or begin the membership process, click here.



Archived Webinar

Original event date: Thursday, November 15, 2012


ACE Member Price: $49


An archive of this webinar is available for download.

bullet Download Archive