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The Current State of NIL
Athletics officials will lobby lawmakers this week for a federal bill governing name, image and likeness as the NCAA and conferences contend with a patchwork of state laws.
University of Toledo Cuts Student Success Centers
The University of Toledo is closing its undergraduate and graduate student coaching centers as part of a budget-cutting plan, WTOL.com...
Public Lifelines for Private Colleges
A new state loan program for struggling private colleges will likely save Birmingham-Southern College from closure. But experts don’t expect similar efforts to catch on.
Will a Partnership Save the King’s College?
Facing a possible closure due to financial struggles, the King’s College in New York announced Wednesday that it is exploring...
Dealing With Disreputable Donors
Bard College president Leon Botstein met with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein on multiple occasions, raising thorny ethical questions about accepting donations.
The King’s College Loses Accreditation
Already facing severe financial pressures, the King’s College was dealt another blow last week when the Middle States Commission on...
State Funding Rose Last Year. Will it Last?
Higher ed funding in 2022 was higher than any year since the 2008 recession, defying expectations. Some worry the boost was a short-term spike.
Capital Campaign Watch: Grove City, Gustavus Adolphus
The following announcements have been made recently: Starting Out Grove City College is starting a campaign to raise $185 million...