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Financial impacts

Dec 20, 2021
William Paterson University says it’s saving the institution by cutting nearly 100 full-time professors over three years. Faculty members wonder what will be left to save.

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December 20, 2021
William Paterson University says it’s saving the institution by cutting nearly 100 full-time professors over three years. Faculty members wonder what will be left to save.
May 28, 2021
Without federal stimulus money, states would have cut tax appropriations for higher education by 2.3 percent. But how states are spending the billions in stimulus varies.
May 26, 2021
Despite the years of increases, state and local funding for public higher education has not fully recovered from cuts made during the 2008 recession, an annual State Higher Education Finance report shows. Experts worry what will come in the future after 2020 turned out better than expected.
May 24, 2021
For the most part, institutions are resuming the faculty and staff retirement benefits they cut or stopped during the pandemic. Fights over the future of those benefits are being waged on some campuses.  
May 20, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated already-existing trends, pushing the average tuition discount rate for first-time undergraduates to 53.9 percent this year. Expect discounting to keep climbing even after the pandemic subsides.
April 6, 2021
Endicott College’s strength during the pandemic highlights the importance of diverse revenue streams. What might it teach other small private colleges?
March 23, 2021
Four-year institutions have fared better than two-year colleges when it comes to state support, a split that might be tied to enrollment declines.
March 16, 2021
Federal relief dollars appear to be enough to keep nationwide totals of state higher ed funding steady this fiscal year, even amid the pandemic. But almost half of individual states still reported funding declines.
March 10, 2021
As the pandemic sapped dormitory projects of their financial reserves, a contractor told the University System of Georgia it had a "win-win" financial proposal, according to newly available documents. The system said no, and soon, the contractor allegedly said it would not be cleaning enough to meet state public health recommendations.
February 16, 2021
California, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa and Kentucky are looking at spending more on colleges and universities in the upcoming fiscal year. Georgia, Hawaii, Nevada and North Dakota eye cuts.

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