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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.

Union Institute & University Surrenders Accreditation

Struggling Union Institute & University has voluntarily surrendered accreditation, effective June 25, according to a letter on the Higher Learning...
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University of Arts Closure Remains Shrouded in Mystery

The institution’s sudden shutdown has prompted its accreditor to step in and help guide students—and inspired legislation on college financial transparency.

UW Oshkosh to Close Fox Cities Campus

Faced with steep financial challenges and declining enrollment, the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh has announced it will close its...
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What Prompted Pittsburgh Technical College to Close?

Beyond the college’s business challenges, President Alicia Harvey-Smith alleges “orchestrated attacks” sank PTC. Her critics say it was the president’s incompetence.

Pittsburgh Technical College to Close

Pittsburgh Technical College is closing in August, the Board of Trustees announced Monday. A statement cited declining enrollment, market pressures...

UW Oshkosh Depletes Reserves

Facing steep financial challenges, the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh has spent all of the discretionary money in its unrestricted...

Pittsburgh Technical College Faces ‘Imminent Closure’

Pittsburgh Technical College must prove to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education why its accreditation should not be withdrawn...