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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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Another Bountiful Year of Big (and Small) Donations

Despite declining public support in some quarters and growing questions about the value and mission of higher ed, generous benefactors gave colleges $58 billion last fiscal year, according to a new survey.

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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.

Payroll Issues Prompt Canceled Classes at Saint Augustine’s

Some professors at struggling Saint Augustine’s University have unilaterally canceled classes, citing payroll problems. Now administrators are reassuring students that...

Columbia College Chicago President Steps Down

Columbia College Chicago president and CEO Kwang-Wu Kim is stepping down after recent tensions with faculty members and with cuts...
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College Endowment Returns Ticked Up in Fiscal Year 2023

Thanks to strong public equity markets, endowment returns bounced back after falling last year. But they’re still a long way from the sky-high returns of FY 2021.

Donors Sue to Block Webster Endowment Reclassification

Donors, including a former trustee, are suing to block Webster University from reclassifying endowment funds to meet the terms of...