Cooper Union, tuition-free for more than a century, will keep its traditional undergraduate divisions free by cutting expenses and charging for some new programs.
Two grants from a local foundation energized a long-dormant western New York consortium. Now 21 nearby colleges are working together, and say they've found a balance between working together and pursuing some of the same students.
Division III lacrosse has become a tool for Midwestern liberal arts colleges to recapture suburban students, a group central to their business strategy.
Indiana revises its performance-funding formula, putting new emphasis on progress toward degree, but not all institutions see an equal shot at the money.
At New School conference, higher education leaders discussed the need to reduce institutional costs as revenue streams continue to dry up.
As states pull support for higher education construction, cities offer incentives to develop new campuses.
Should colleges outsource parking? Plans to do so at Ohio State anger professors.
Tight times have led many colleges to centralize budget decisions, but U.Va. moves in opposite direction, hoping departmental control over costs will spur creativity.
Latest data from Education Department show scores of private institutions failing to meet disputed metrics aimed at measuring "financial responsibility."
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