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Webster Seeks to Unrestrict Endowment Funds

Beset by financial challenges, the university is seeking to reclassify $34 million in endowment funds to meet liquidity obligations for a $30 million loan.

Jamestown Business College to Close

Jamestown Business College, a for-profit institution in New York founded in 1886, is no longer accepting students and plans to...
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‘Colleges on the Brink’

Broken budgets, not hostile takeovers, are the biggest challenge for most presidents, Michael T. Nietzel and Charles M. Ambrose write.

Texas state capitol building

State Support for Colleges Grew as Stimulus Funds Ebbed

Even with a reduction in federal stimulus funding, state support for higher education was up 10 percent in fiscal 2024.

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University of Arizona Begins to Address Financial Woes

Facing a projected $177 million budget deficit, UA administrators are working on a recovery plan amid sharp criticism from the governor and others.

Vermont College of Fine Arts Seeks Buyer

Vermont College of Fine Arts, which moved its low-residency programs out of state and sold off several campus buildings in...

Cleveland State, Notre Dame College in Partnership Talks

Cleveland State University is in talks to absorb Notre Dame College, a small private institution in nearby South Euclid, Ohio...

Governor Blasts University of Arizona for Financial Crisis

In a scathing letter to the Arizona Board of Regents, Governor Katie Hobbs chastised the University of Arizona and its...