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Wisconsin College Teeters on the Brink, in Public

Northland College announced a potential closure last month hoping to spark last-minute fundraising to save itself. It hasn’t worked so far.

Northland College Fundraising Fails, Financial Exigency Declared

The president and Board of Trustees at Northland College voted Thursday to declare financial exigency after failing to raise enough...

University of Arizona President to Step Down

Nearly six months into a financial crisis and facing the wrath of Governor Katie Hobbs, University of Arizona President Robert...
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Inching Toward the $100,000 Sticker Price

Some selective institutions are expected to hit six figures soon, though such pricing will likely have more of a psychological and political impact than a financial one.

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Opinion

Yes, Colleges Do Close

Many will soon—and leaders’ collective refusal to discuss this openly only makes things worse, John J. Smetanka writes.

Oak Point University Announces Closure

Oak Point University in Illinois announced last week that it is unexpectedly closing at the end of the spring semester...
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Illinois’s Ambitious Plan for Higher Ed Funding

The complex formula, mirroring K-12 overhauls, prioritizes adequate and equitable funding for historically underfunded regional and minority-serving institutions.

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More Campus Cuts in March

Citing enrollment and financial challenges, numerous institutions are eliminating jobs while others have announced budget cuts that may lead to future layoffs.