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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?
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
State Report Blames Leaders for Financial Issues at N.J. City U
A report from the New Jersey state comptroller found that inadequate budget processes and a lack of board oversight led to a fiscal crisis at New Jersey City University.
When Critics Come for the President
Whittier College’s president resigned last week amid rampant criticism from alumni and employees. Other embattled presidents have succumbed to similar pressures, while some remain in place.
Medaille University Will Close in August
An Acquisition Deal Is Called Off
Trocaire College and Medaille University were set to integrate this fall. Now the deal isn’t happening for reasons leaders haven’t revealed. Can both institutions carry on?