How College Leaders and Faculty See the Key Issues Facing Higher Education  

The majority of college presidents and faculty agree on one thing – the pace of change in higher education is too slow.*

What is in store for American higher education? In this survey, hear from faculty and presidents at 4-year nonprofit and public universities:
  • Are American colleges headed in the right direction? 
  • What institution sectors will be most at risk? 
  • How much change is needed over the next 10 years? 
  • What are the driving forces behind change in higher education?
Download the survey results to learn what the future of higher education could hold for you.
*Attitudes on Innovation: How College Leaders and Faculty See Key Issues Facing Higher Education is based on a survey conducted by Maguire Associates, Inc., was written by Jeffrey J. Selingo, editor at large at The Chronicle of Higher Education Inc.
Innovation in Higher Education Survey 2013
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