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Questions Linger After Penn State Buyouts

Faculty argue the “voluntary separation” plan was rushed, and question the new regional leadership model that requires some chancellors to juggle multiple campuses.

Chegg Cuts a Quarter of Workforce Amid AI Pressure

The educational technology company Chegg, known for offering students homework help, announced on Tuesday it will cut nearly a quarter...

Alverno Declares Financial Exigency, Will Cut Programs and 37 Jobs

Alverno College’s Board of Trustees voted Friday to declare financial exigency, an emergency step that allows strained institutions to restructure...
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A Rough Month for Campus Cuts

The end of the academic year brought announcements of job and program cuts at many institutions. Some colleges are eliminating dozens of jobs to reduce operating costs.

Cal State Officials Urge Integration of Two Campuses

California State University officials announced Wednesday the system has recommended the “integration” of two institutions for “fiscal sustainability” and better...
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Tenure Under Fire—Again—in North Dakota

Republican lawmakers and a university president pushed a bill last year that would diminish faculty job protections at two institutions. It failed by a hair, but the State Board of Higher Education has taken up the mantle.

Art College Cites FAFSA Issues as One Reason for Closure

Delaware College of Art and Design is closing in the coming weeks, due to financial challenges driven by declining enrollment...

Embattled Eastern Gateway Community College to Close

Eastern Gateway Community College, a long-struggling Ohio institution, will close this fall after battling financial woes for over a year...