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University of the Arts Cancels Town Hall to Discuss Sudden Closure

University of the Arts, the Philadelphia institution that announced its sudden closure late Friday, on Monday canceled a planned virtual...
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Will the FAFSA Fiasco Kill Off Some Colleges?

Some colleges on the brink might be pushed over it, Charles M. Ambrose and Michael T. Nietzel write.

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University of the Arts Announces Sudden Closure

Middle States pulled its accreditation on Friday, saying institution had violated its standards by failing to prepare teach-out plan, among other breaches.

Audit Finds $692K Misspent by Fayetteville State Employees

Fayetteville State University employees allegedly spent $692,239 on “unallowable” credit card purchases, the Office of the State Auditor announced in...
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The Case Against Any Divestment, Ever

Campus leaders should resist all demands for divestment, Bruce A. Kimball and Sarah M. Iler write.

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...

Oregon College of Oriental Medicine to Close

Trustees at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine voted last week to close the institution, noting financial challenges exacerbated by the...
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Gloomy Financial Outlook for British Universities

Four in five institutions could face deficits given stalling domestic enrollment and declines in international recruitment, if higher education regulator warns.