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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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University of Arizona Miscalculated by Millions

UA has much less cash on hand than the Board of Regents requires. The faculty is accusing the administration of financial mismanagement.

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To Change the Financial Model, Look to Academics

It’s the CAO—not the CFO—who is best positioned to bring meaningful change to the financial model, Carol A. Moore writes.

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The Latest on Campus Cuts

McGill University in Canada could cut hundreds of jobs due to projected enrollment losses, while other institutions are weighing much smaller reductions.

Vermont State to Cut Fewer Faculty Positions Than Planned

Cuts at Vermont State University will not be as deep as expected after 17 faculty members accepted buyouts, six decided...
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Proposed Pennsylvania Consortium off to Rocky Start

A study for a proposed consortium in the Keystone State has hit a snag: two of five participating institutions have bowed out over concerns about potential job cuts.

Book jacket for James L. Shulman's "The Synthetic University: How Higher Education Can Benefit From Shared Solutions and Save Itself."

Can Cost Sharing Save Higher Ed?

Glenn Altschuler and David Wippman review James L. Shulman’s The Synthetic University: How Higher Education Can Benefit From Shared Solutions and Save Itself.

A photo illustration of cuts at Vermont State

Cuts Follow Consolidation at Vermont State

Months into its existence as a consolidated institution, VTSU plans to cut faculty jobs and programs. Leaders say that’s an inevitable part of its transformation.