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UC Santa Cruz’s Admissions Gamble

The university admitted a record number of students this year despite a tight local housing market. But in the end, officials expect to increase head count by only about 730 students.

Controversial University of Alaska Trustee Resigns

A controversial University of Alaska trustee is out after only two months in that role. Tuckerman Babcock, a former chief...

Alderson Broaddus Loses Degree-Granting Authority

Alderson Broaddus University has lost its state authorization to grant degrees, likely prompting a closure unless the small Baptist institution...
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W.Va. Governor Wants to Save Alderson Broaddus

Alderson Broaddus University faced a vote from a state oversight board that could have prompted its closure. Then the governor stepped in, though without a clear plan.

NCF Recruiting Bonuses Raise Legal Questions

New College of Florida interim president Richard Corcoran offered $5,000 bonuses to staff members who hit an enrollment target of...
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Assessing Nondegree Credential Quality

A new report recommends ways states can better ensure the quality of programs as they proliferate across the country.

Florida to Investigate FAU President Search

The Florida Board of Governors is opening a formal investigation into alleged anomalies in the presidential search at Florida Atlantic...
The exterior of UW Milwaukee at Washington County's campus building

When Merger or Consolidation Plans Don’t Align

A debate in Wisconsin over the possibility of merging a two-year state institution with a two-year technical college highlights questions of realignment faced by public college systems across the country.