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College of Saint Rose to Close, Local Reports Say

Facing financial difficulties, the College of Saint Rose will close at the end of the academic year. The college’s Board...
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Survey Finds Employer Confidence in College Grads

American Association of Colleges and Universities report finds employers see value in degrees and favor graduates who’ve been exposed to a wide range of viewpoints.

Duke Receives $100 Million Gift From Duke Endowment

Duke University has received a $100 million gift that will, among other things, help it carry out ambitious plans for...

Embattled Birmingham-Southern Secures $5 Million Loan

Facing the possibility of closure and recently denied a state loan, Birmingham-Southern College officials have received a temporary reprieve in...
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St. Cloud State President to Exit Amid Tensions

Robbyn Wacker is set to leave office next year after a tenure marked by enrollment challenges, deep job cuts and clashes with faculty.

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Another Round of Campus Budget Turmoil

Public colleges in Nebraska and Ohio and private institutions in Iowa, Ohio and Oklahoma are the latest affected.

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A ‘Game Changer’ for Research, Reputations of ‘Emerging’ Texas Universities

A new $3.9 billion endowment to support four public universities will boost research and innovation and, state officials hope, attract top faculty members and students.

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South Dakota College Proposes Cannabis Education Requirement

Voters approved medical cannabis in the state in 2020, but the industry still has critics. Can an education program for marijuana dispensary workers improve the industry’s credibility?