College President’s Report – June 2019

Appointments Georgia Tech Appoints Next President The Board of Regents for the Georgia University System has announced that current George Mason President, Dr. Angel Cabrera, will become the next president at George Tech. Cabrera has served as President at George Mason since 2012. He will begin his position at Georgia Tech on September 15hth. read […]

College President’s Report – May 2019

Appointments Former Governor Appointed Head of University of Maine System Dannel Malloy, governor of Connecticut from 2010 to 2018, will become the next chancellor of the University of Maine System. Malloy will replace Chancellor James Page, who announced his retirement earlier this year, on July 1st. read more ***Stay up-to-date with all the changes in […]

College President’s Report – April 2019

Appointments Alabama System Appoint Permanent President Trustees for the University of Alabama System have appointed Interim Chancellor Finis E. St. John to become the system’s permanent chancellor. St. John has served in an interim position since July 2018. He will begin his post immediately. read more ***Stay up-to-date with all the changes in Higher Ed […]

College President’s Report – March 2019

Appointments University of Southern California Selects Former UNC Chancellor as President Carol L. Folt has been selected by the USC Board of Trustees to become the school’s 12th president. Folt previously served as the first female chancellor at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. She will begin her tenure at USC on July 1st. […]

Small College Struggle

College President’s Report – February 2019

Appointments UNC-Chapel Hill Names Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz has been named interim chancellor at UNC. Guskiewicz was appointed by Interim UNC-system President Bill Roper earlier this month. Guskiewicz has served as the dean of College of Arts and Sciences at UNC since 2016. He will begin his tenure as interim chancellor immediately. read more University […]

US Department of Education

Courts Force Education Department to Forgive $150 Million in Student Loans

The Department of Education will begin forgiving $150 million worth of student loan debt for those attending for-profit colleges that closed while students were still enrolled. Officials say that around 15,000 former students’ debts will be excused. The loans are being forgiven after a federal judge ruled that Education Secretary Betsy Devos was unlawfully delaying […]

College President's Report

College President’s Report November 2018

Appointments College of Charleston Selects New President Dr. Andrew Hsu has been named the next president at the College of Charleston. Hsu currently serves as provost and executive VP for academic affairs at the University of Toledo. Hsu was chosen unanimously by the board of trustees and will succeed Interim President Stephen Osborne. read more […]

Integrate IPEDS Data

Pinpoint Communications by Integrating IPEDS Data with the Higher Education Directory

As higher education continues to value the importance of using technology to optimize leadership, student completion, and other key resources—the benefit of translating raw data into usable information has increased substantially. You may be familiar with the IPEDS survey, but are you aware of just how much information IPEDS collects and makes publicly available? Every […]