Administration and Finance

Administration and Finance
Feb 11, 2019
Linfield College is moving forward with a plan to cut its faculty -- apparently with or without professors' input.

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February 11, 2019

Linfield College is moving forward with a plan to cut its faculty -- apparently with or without professors' input.

January 28, 2019

Small-college leaders share how their institutions have attempted to ward off enrollment crises before they happen.

January 28, 2019

As many institutions look to public-private partnerships as a financing solution for their biggest and most important projects, Charles G. Renner describes some of the ins and outs.

January 25, 2019

Green Mountain College in Vermont tried many of the most popular strategies to set itself up to survive in the face of harsh population trends, but it didn't work. What does that mean for other private liberal arts colleges?

January 23, 2019

Massachusetts takes a swing at regulating small colleges at risk of shutting down in order to better protect students. Institutions at risk would have to be public about their financial vulnerabilities 18 months before a possible closure.

January 17, 2019

The unprecedent size and chief intent of the donation help perpetuate notions that merit re-examination and debate, argues Arthur M. Hauptman.

January 17, 2019

Many commentators have missed how Bloomberg’s seismic donation can shift donor culture in higher education for the better, argues Michael T. Benson.

January 8, 2019

Small-college presidents gathered at annual conference work to adapt to a changing market even as they worry about a range of student issues.

January 2, 2019

A U.S. Department of Agriculture program has provided $1.7 billion in grants and low-cost loans to struggling rural colleges and universities in the last three years. That raises questions about who closes and who gets to stay open.

January 2, 2019

To avoid closure or merger, they must begin to think differently, argues W. Kent Barnds.

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