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Cardinal Stritch to Close

The small Franciscan college has experienced an enrollment collapse over the past decade. Now Cardinal Stritch plans to close in late May, following commencement.

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Hopeful Despite Headwinds: A Survey of Presidents

Annual Inside Higher Ed analysis finds leaders confident about campus finances, torn about how (and how much) their institutions need to change, and unconcerned about possible demise of affirmative action.

Judge Dismisses Most Claims Against SPU

A Washington State Superior Court judge threw out most of the claims against the Seattle Pacific University Board of Trustees...
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2023 Survey of College and University Presidents

Inside Higher Ed ’s 2023 Survey of College and University Presidents was conducted by Hanover Research. The survey included 442...
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Accreditors Can Hold the Line

It may fall to accreditors to hold colleges accountable to long-standing principles of academic freedom and institutional independence, Lawrence Schall writes.

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Accreditors as Referees

Don’t hate on higher ed’s refs: an accreditor’s role is to enforce the rule book for academic freedom and institutional autonomy, Jamienne Studley writes.

FIU Faculty Senate Votes No Confidence in Chair Over Reforms

The Faculty Senate at Florida International University narrowly voted no confidence in chairwoman Deanne Butchey on Tuesday due to what...
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Texas Supreme Court Says Universities Can Revoke Degrees

A Texas Supreme Court majority has ruled that two major public university systems in the state can revoke degrees received through academic misconduct.