2 easy ways to protect your college or university brand from the wrong side of the internet

A beautiful ad for your institution. On-brand. On-message. Carefully concepted. Beautifully designed. And sitting on a website full of inflammatory hate speech. More and more colleges and universities are receiving complaints about ads promoting their institution being served and seen on offensive websites. And the outcry from the complainer is often about why on earth […]

2017 SACSCOC Annual Meeting

Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center Dallas, TX The 2017 SACSCOC Annual Meeting will engage participants in sessions based on theory, research, and practice that focus on this year’s theme, “Students Are the HEART of Education.” The conference will highlight the sharing of ideas and strategies among member institutions that have led to improved results and lessons learned in […]

2017 Institute for Chief Academic and Chief Student Affairs Officers

San Antonio Marriott Riverfront Hotel San Antonio, TX The 45th annual Institute for Chief Academic Officers and Chief Student Affairs will bring together over 280 participants to discuss the major changes in core responsibilities. In today’s higher education environment, both chief officers must sustain strong cooperation as they lead teams of colleagues who champion student learning […]

ACBSP Conference 2017

Anaheim Marriott Anaheim, CA The 2017 ACBSP Conference will bring together more than 800 individuals from more than 60 countries in one location, all focused on improving business education. Leaders from Helix Education will be attending and exhibiting at the event from Saturday, June 24th to Tuesday, June 27th.

Helix Webinar Tackles Three Key Questions that are Paramount to Developing an Enterprise Enrollment Growth Strategy

Education supply is up while demand seems to be waning, yet plenty of institutions are growing non-traditional student enrollments despite the hyper-competitive market. So what is it that these schools are doing differently? In Helix Education’s upcoming webinar on June 1st, educators will explore what it takes to develop an effective enrollment growth strategy that […]

Online course development, by accident or by design?

Online learning’s growth shows no signs of slowing. The Online Learning Consortium estimates that 85 percent of Americans enrolled in postsecondary institutions have at least one trait of a nontraditional learner. Additionally, 5.8 million students are enrolled in online courses and the number of students who are enrolled exclusively in distance education is rising. Yet […]