Finance and Productivity
Education pays, but it also costs. Widespread attainment takes both adequate funding and the productive use of money. Read more about state funding, tuition and fees, student financial aid, degree productivity, and staffing trends.
The SHEEO Peer Collaboration Network (PCN) is a framework for members and their staff colleagues to work together as a community to share insights... Read More
Second to None in Attainment, Discovery, and Innovation: The National Agenda for Higher Education The 44th President of the United States will have... Read More
As the nation’s colleges and universities struggle with limited budgets and demands for increased degree completions, states are once again looking... Read More
On February 15, 2013, SHEEO staff sent a query to agency finance officers with the following three queries: QUERY ONE: ... Read More
Probing Policy Resistance to Liberal Education - Why the Chasm? Can it Be Bridged? And Who Loses if We Miss?
"Probing Policy Resistance to Liberal Education: Why the Chasm? Can it Be Bridged? And Who Loses if We Miss?" as presented by Paul E.... Read More
Changes Made to the Title IV Student Aid Programs by the Recently Enacted Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2012
The purpose of this letter from Secretary Ochoa is "To provide institutions and Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) program participants with... Read More
Staffing Trends in Public Colleges and Universities: A National Analysis 2001–2009 Staffing makes up a large portion of budgets at all institutions... Read More
More Student Success describes a systemic approach for achieving student success beginning in elementary school and continuing through high school... Read More
Paul E. Lingenfelter's testimony to The National Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance PDF of transcript