CIC in the News

​​​​​​​​Featured articles in national and regional media outlets that mention CIC.



The College Programs Where Young and Older People Connect, Avenue
Learning About Online Learning at Small Private Colleges, Higher Ed
The $70,000-a-Year Liberal Arts College Just Won’t Die,
The Cost of Private vs. Public Colleges, News & World Report
Springfield College Participates in Diversity, Civility, and the Liberal Arts Institute,
7 Ways the Provost’s Job Is Bigger and Broader Than Ever Before, Business
What Happened When a Small Liberal Arts College Stopped Raising Tuition, Dive
The Enrollment Picture for Private Colleges Isn’t Pretty. But Some Say There’s Hope., of Higher Education
Willamette University Revenue Slump Puts Pressure on Endowment Fund, Statesman Journal
To Scale Online and Save Small Schools, Higher Ed Takes a Page From K-12,
An Idealist Set Out to Change College Admissions. It Was a Long, Lonely Quest., of Higher Education
Free College Plans Like Elizabeth Warren's Are Pretty Pricey. Some Say Her Plan Would Benefit the Rich Most, Today
Sharing Courses Far and Wide, Higher Ed
Here's a New Way to Increase Online Course Access for College Students, News
Higher Ed Association News Roundup: AAUP, ACE, AAC&U, CUPA-HR, CIC, NACAC, NASFAA, Business
Online Course Sharing Spurs Student Success, Business
America’s Disappearing Private Colleges, Street Journal
Claflin Student Receives CIC/UPS Scholarship, and Democrat
Q&A: McDaniel College President Talks Higher Education after Being Appointed to National Organizations, County Times
The Other Victims When Colleges Decline or Close: Their Hometowns, Report