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About 40 percent of students who decided not to go to their college or university of first choice cited reasons related to costs.
Many experts on the program agree it needs changing with a greater emphasis on low-income students. But few agree that the large cut being sought by the Trump administration will help.
By cutting a third of program's surplus and slashing other aid programs, Trump administration's first budget would imperil college access, advocates argue.
Amid report White House wants to kill program based at 33 universities, defenders note many of its projects relate directly to local business needs.
Association of nonleased campus stores unveils network designed to reduce their dependence on textbook profits and let colleges retain revenues many now pay to companies to operate the stores.
New executive order moves HBCU initiative into White House but otherwise doesn't depart significantly from previous executive orders on historically black colleges.
Wisconsin governor who has pushed for deep cuts to higher education is now seeking increased spending. Academics welcome the shift, but some worry about the details, including a requirement for monitoring teaching loads.
Saint Joseph's will suspend operations, saying it lacks funds to continue without an overhaul. Many faculty members, students and alumni question how things got so dire.
Total contributions climbed to $41 billion in 2016 even though gifts from individuals dropped.
Saint Joseph’s of Indiana says it doesn’t have money to continue after this semester.
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