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University of Arizona President to Step Down

Nearly six months into a financial crisis and facing the wrath of Governor Katie Hobbs, University of Arizona President Robert...
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More Campus Cuts in March

Citing enrollment and financial challenges, numerous institutions are eliminating jobs while others have announced budget cuts that may lead to future layoffs.

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A Third Vote of No Confidence at Lesley University

Amid job cuts and an alleged lack of transparency, faculty have repeatedly registered their discontent with President Janet Steinmayer. But will it change anything?

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Boosting the Bottom Line Through Athletics

Big-time college sports, often money-losing enterprises, have contracted in recent years—even as smaller, tuition-dependent institutions add teams to boost enrollment.

State Monitor Urges NJCU to Sell Assets, Seek Partner

An independent state-appointed monitor issued a series of recommendations for struggling New Jersey City University, including that it sell off...

Pay Cut Proposed for University of Arizona President

Amid an ongoing financial crisis and facing a $177 million budget shortfall, University of Arizona president Robert Robbins is expected...

Arizona Board Chair Steps Aside Amid Governor’s Scrutiny

Fred DuVal is stepping down as chair of the Arizona Board of Regents, the Arizona Daily Star reported, the latest...

Arizona Governor Exploring Options to Remove Regents

Arizona governor Katie Hobbs is exploring options to remove members of the Arizona Board of Regents amid a financial crisis...