A look at the evolving role of non-traditional divisions in higher ed's present and future

The "traditional" era of higher education is over. Most colleges and universities now recognize that they must serve the growing non-traditional student demographic to remain relevant and competitive, which means they must shift their models to focus more on outcomes, student support and responsiveness.

In 2018, main campus leaders began leveraging their CE divisions in earnest to adapt to the needs of non-traditional learners—a move that will resonate through 2019 and beyond.

This eBook shares articles and interviews from leaders across the higher education community reflecting on how they're shaping their institutions to adapt to these new market realities.

The EvoLLLution’s 2018 Year in Review is organized into five chapters:

  • Predicting the Future of Higher Education

What are the fundamental demographic, economic and technological shifts that will impact the higher education industry moving forward? 

  • The Evolving Expectations (and Demographics) of Non-Traditional Students

Who is the non-traditional learner, and what are their expectations when enrolling in higher education?

  • Meeting Workforce Needs Through Collaborative Programming 
How can postsecondary institutions work with external partners to meet the needs of non-traditional learners?
  • The Changing Face of Credentials
What are the credentials that matter to modern learners, and how do they differ from traditional degrees?
  • Creating Efficiencies Through Campus Partnerships
How are colleges and universities drawing on the expertise of their CE units to transform main campus operations?

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