State Policy

In its efforts to promote sound public policy and institutional practice affecting higher education, AASCU conducts research and analysis, produces publications, and provides advocacy on a variety of state higher education policy issues.

To subscribe to AASCU's free higher education policy publications series (Policy Matters, Perspectives, and Edlines), click here.
For inquiries involving state higher education policy or institutional practices, contact Daniel Hurley, Director, State Relations and Policy Analysis.


February 13, 2015
AASCU's Barmak Nassirian quoted in Pittsburgh Tribune article "CCAC Allegheny Campus closed after bed bug report." ( Read

February 13, 2015
AASCU EdLines 13 February 2015 ( Read)  

February 11, 2015
AASCU's Dan Hurley quoted in Los Angeles Times article "Should UC system's out-of-state students pay even more?" ( Read)

February 9, 2015
AASCU's Dan Hurley quoted in WUWM article "National Perspectives on Walker's Proposed Budget Cuts." ( Read)

January 10, 2015
AASCU policy brief cited in article University World News article "Sexual assaults, tuition fees and guns on campus on the agenda." ( Read)  

January 9, 2015
AASCU mentioned in Chronicle of Higher Education article "Higher-Ed Groups Seek a More Complete Picture of Post-College Outcomes." ( Read

January 9, 2015

AASCU mentioned in Inside Higher Ed article "Measuring Substance." ( Read)  

January 7, 2015
AASCU releases its 2015 Public Policy Agenda ( Read)

January 6, 2015
AASCU's Daniel Hurley quoted in Wall Street Journal article "Maine's State Colleges Lose Ground." ( Read)

January 6, 2015
AASCU releases Policy Matters brief "Top 10 Higher Education State Policy Issues for 2015" ( Read)

 

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