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Traction for the Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree

A group of college leaders strategize about how to design a new undergraduate experience—and get an unexpected boost from an accreditor.

Proposal to Accredit Fully Online Law Schools Prompts Pushback

A group of law school deans are pushing back against a proposal from the American Bar Association’s accrediting arm that...

Analysis Finds Colleges Fumbled Oct. 7 Statements

New analysis on university statements following Hamas’s Oct. 7 attacks on Israel and the retaliatory war that has since killed...
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Goddard College Announces Closure

The small, progressive Vermont college will close at the end of the spring semester. It’s another blow to a state that has lost a number of higher ed institutions in recent years.

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...

St. Norbert Trustee Defamation Lawsuit Against Grad Dropped

A defamation lawsuit filed by St. Norbert College trustee and former administrator Reverend Jay Fostner against a former student has...

New Presidents or Provosts: Brightpoint CC, Erie CC, Indiana U-Indianapolis. Midwestern State, Purdue Northwest, Slippery Rock

Margaret (Marcy) Brown Marsden, interim provost at Midwestern State University, in Texas, has been appointed as provost and vice president...
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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.