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After the recession, tuition dollars make up a greater share of public higher education revenues than ever before, and make up a majority in half the states.
After years of having one of the most highly subsidized athletics departments, a universitywide panel at Rutgers pushes reforms that would end contributions from student fees and the university.
The ambitious private university is charting a new course than curbs some its efforts to expand outside of Philadelphia.
U.S. government declines to identify dozens of institutions whose federal funding it has restricted because of concerns about their risk to students and taxpayers.
New America's Kevin Carey answers questions about his new book, The End of College, which looks to the past in charting a possible future for higher education.
Troubled colleges closing proactively rather than running themselves off a cliff may be a good development for investors in public debt, a top ratings agency says.
Now that it plans to close, Sweet Briar officials have to decide what to do with $85 million -- but laws and economic realities limit their choices.
UPDATE: Some see a courageous decision by a board that searched hard for alternatives. Others are dubious. Many wonder which other colleges are vulnerable.
Colleges with distressed debt are making new promises to delay financial ramifications from investors.
Healthy stock markets in the United States and abroad allowed colleges to spend more money from their endowment funds.
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