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Many prospective students favor colleges that invest more in nonacademic functions (including athletics and dormitories) over institutions that focus their spending on academics, study finds.
Study questions the relationship between how much colleges spend on education, and the quality of education that they provide.
State appropriations for higher education increased in 31 states last year, according to new report, though the gains were small in most, reflecting broader economic shifts.
Every university funding source is under pressure, Moody’s asserts, meaning that all institutions -- even the elites -- need to rethink their business models.
Colleges spent much more on athletics per athlete than on academics per student between 2005 and 2010, new report finds, with growth in the former outpacing the latter.
A last-minute deal in Congress puts off mandatory spending cuts for two months and extends a tax break for college tuition.
Jury awards record-setting payment after finding that Marvell infringed on the university's patents. Judge could triple the sum.
Overlap in agendas for governors of Wisconsin, Florida, and Texas hints at a new Republican approach to higher education.
History professors at the University of Florida fight back against idea that the state should use tuition to discourage enrollment in fields without immediate connection to jobs.
California higher education leaders see Tuesday’s election results as a potential boon for the state’s colleges and universities, but major financial problems could still complicate the systems’ recoveries.
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