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Capital Campaign Watch: Murray State, Northern Kentucky

Starting Out Murray State University has launched the public phase of its Centennial Campaign to raise $100 million. The university...

U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Debt-Relief Program

Eighth Circuit panel unanimously imposes preliminary injunction, ruling that states have standing and that the policy’s potential impact on state finances could be “irreversible.”

New Programs: Engineering, Food and Agribusiness, Physical Therapy

Bridgewater College will start a major in engineering next year. State University of New York at Morrisville has announced a...

Florida Supreme Court to Hear Campus Shutdown Case

The University of South Florida asked the court to dismiss a lawsuit alleging breach of contract for COVID shutdowns. Its case rests on a broad interpretation of “sovereign immunity.”

How Colleges Measure and Prove Their Value

With public doubts escalating about whether going to college is “worth it,” campus leaders and policy analysts discuss steps institutions are taking to show how they help students and society.

Struggling Cabrini University Appeals for Partnerships

The Pennsylvania university is cutting administrative posts amid declining enrollment and a financial deficit. Now administrators are actively seeking partnerships.

No Heat, Tempers Rise

Bronx Community College went without heat for more than a month. Some CUNY employees say this is one of many signs the system needs more funding for facilities maintenance and repairs.

Endowment Returns Fall

Fiscal year 2021 brought booming returns to higher education endowments. But for many institutions, things look a lot less rosy this year.