Business / financial management

Tuition increases are historically low for a second year

As tuition rises slowly, the amount of federal loans students and parents take on to finance higher education declines, the College Board’s annual report shows. 

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Bloomfield College seeks a partner to avoid shutting down

In an interview, President Marcheta P. Evans discusses why the 153-year-old minority-serving private college needs a philanthropic partner. Experts say it’s a risky strategy -- but it just might work.

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Wealthy colleges see double-digit returns in fiscal 2021

Private equity and venture capital performed especially well in fiscal year 2021, causing the largest university endowments to swell.

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Endowments post strong returns in fiscal 2021, early data show

Wealthiest colleges and universities post strongest returns, which analysts say will widen the gap between higher education’s haves and have-nots.

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Mills alumnae fight the college's potential acquisition

Some supporters of the college say the financial situation may not be so dire and have pursued legal and political means to slow an acquisition by Northeastern.

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Saint Leo University will acquire Marymount California

Marymount has sought a buyer for two years. Saint Leo is looking to expand its reach, both online and on the ground.

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Hope College wants to trade tuition for donations

The college’s tuition-free funding model will only be sustainable for all students if the college meets an ambitious $1 billion fundraising goal.

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Delaware State University finalizes acquisition of neighboring Wesley College

Delaware State University finalizes acquisition of Wesley College, taking over a 50-acre campus in the downtown section of the capital city of Dover and 14 new academic programs.

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Northeastern University in talks with Mills College about potential acquisition

A deal with Northeastern could prevent Mills from having to close its doors for good. The acquisition would give the Boston-area university its 10th satellite campus and third location in California.

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PPP loans give financial boost to higher ed associations

Leading national higher education advocacy groups and membership organizations were allocated more than $20 million in forgivable loans as part of the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program.

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