Economic woes force universities to reopen the debates over budget centralization.
Illinois community college considers how holding the line affected the institution.
While most public and private institutions expect revenue increases for 2011, this year is foreboding for a significant percentage of private colleges.
A draconian budget plan laid out Monday by California Gov. Jerry Brown would slash higher education along with other already beleaguered state agencies.
British universities will not face sanctions if they fail to hit enrollment goals for low-income students under the country's new tuition structure.
Unprecedented increases in tuition discounting during the recession led to financial constraints for many private colleges, study finds.
Rising tuitions (and inadequate transfer policies) are putting even two-year institutions out of reach for many Americans, report asserts.
For third straight year, average tuition at private colleges and universities will increase less than pre-recession, but again outpaces inflation. Institutional financial aid continues to grow.
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