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A map of Colorado that pinpoints Fort Lewis College, Western Colorado University and Adams State University

Distinctive Funding Challenges for Rural Regional Colleges

The presidents of three public colleges in Colorado have banded together, asking state legislators for additional funds to help offset the challenges of being small and isolated.

Mississippi Bill Would Mandate 3 College Closures

A new bill in the Mississippi Legislature aims to close three state universities. The legislation— Senate Bill 2726 —doesn’t specify...

Saint Augustine’s Loses Accreditation Appeal

Struggling Saint Augustine’s University has lost an appeal to maintain its accreditation and now plans to file an injunction to...

Arizona Governor Demands Meeting With Regents on Finances

Following a war of words between the University of Arizona Faculty Senate chair and the chair of the Arizona Board...
A photo illustration of Arizona Board of Regents chair Fred DuVal.

Arizona Budget Fight Heats Up

Criticism from the University of Arizona Faculty Senate has prompted one regent to take legal action against faculty as blame for the university’s financial crisis swirls.

A highlighted text states employees will get 25% of their paycheck with the rest being paid in stock

Turmoil Grows at Embattled California University

Since going on accreditation probation in August, the University of Antelope Valley has lost its president, replaced part of employees’ salaries with stock options and now faces an eviction.

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Struggling Saint Augustine’s Hit With $7.9 Million Tax Lien

Financial issues continue to mount for the beleaguered North Carolina HBCU, even as it awaits a looming decision on its accreditation status.

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Another Wave of Campus Cuts

Numerous colleges announced or completed plans to cut academic programs or jobs in February. Many of those institutions are in the Midwest—particularly Ohio.