December 30, 1899
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ACE’s 1,600 member campuses serve more than 80% of today’s college students. ACE works diligently to promote the best that higher education has to offer, and recognizes the importance of partnering with the business community—those companies and organizations that provide the products, services, and programs that keep higher education functioning.Presidents, chancellors, and campus executives around the country look to ACE for information on those products, services, and programs. They find the information they need in the pages of The Presidency magazine, here at ACEnet.edu, and at ACE conferences, seminars, and webinars. They look at the list of companies who belong to the ACE Alliance Program and the Roundtable of Executive Search Firms.
April 29, 2016
Inside Higher Ed reports on why the University of Idaho has become the first institution to leave college football’s top level. In other news, The Chronicle of Higher Education looks at how colleges are turning racially fraught histories into...
Health Care Reform
April 27, 2016
ACE is hosting a free webinar May 12 from 1-2 p.m. (EDT) on whether helping graduate students pay for student health insurance could trigger penalties for colleges and universities under the Affordable Care Act.
Read more about the ACE Institute for New Chief Academic Officers, CAO and CBO Collaborations: Working Together for Student Success, and ACE’s Advancing to the Presidency workshop.
Supporting Military-Connected Students
April 25, 2016
ACE's second Service Member and Veteran Academic Advising Summit brought together experts in military-connected student populations, admissions and academic advising, veterans employment and transition assistance.
ACE's Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement released findings this week as part of the final report in a three-part series on internationalizing the co-curriculum, Internationalization and Student Affairs.
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