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A Harbinger for 2023? Presentation College to Close

The small private institution is closing due to enrollment challenges and other issues exacerbated by COVID-19. Some higher education experts expect more closures to follow.

New Programs: Online Engagement, Public Health Informatics, Neuroscience, Business

Kansas State University is starting an online certificate in digital engagement. University of California, Irvine, is starting two new certificates...

Capital Campaign Watch: Davenport, Elon

Starting Out Davenport University has started a campaign to raise $35 million. In the quiet phase of the campaign, it...

DeSantis Aims to Turn Public College Into ‘Hillsdale of the South’

Six new trustees were appointed at New College of Florida, including a cadre of controversial conservatives. The board aims to reshape the college in the image of a private Christian institution.
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Clear Financial Aid Offers Require More Than Federal Legislation

We can't wait months if not years to address this issue.

New Programs: Actuarial Science, Nursing, Veterinary Paraprofessional

Bryant University has launched its first ever online, asynchronous master’s degree: in actuarial science. University of Providence, in Montana, is...

New Law School Dean Gave Trump Bad Legal Advice

Mark Martin provided legal advice to then president Donald Trump on Jan. 6, 2021, as Trump tried to steal the presidential election. Martin now leads High Point University Law.

New Programs: Professional Sales Leadership, Criminology, Diversity, Clean Energy, Social Media Strategies, Public Health

Franklin University is starting an M.S. in professional sales leadership. Manhattan College is introducing a B.A. in criminology major. Muhlenberg...