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Birmingham-Southern, State Treasurer Trade Accusations

Birmingham-Southern College has accused Alabama state treasurer Young Boozer III of misleading the public in statements about denying a state...
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DeSantis Appoints DEI Critics to Florida University’s Board

Florida’s governor appoints five conservative trustees to the Florida Polytechnic board, a move some critics see as the start of a takeover.

Birmingham-Southern Loan Lawsuit Dismissed

A county judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Birmingham-Southern College against Alabama state treasurer Young Boozer III for denying...
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Overhaul of Financial Aid Formula Will Boost Pell Grant Eligibility

A new report by the State Higher Education Executive Officers Association estimates nearly 220,000 more students will qualify under the pending new federal aid formula.

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Birmingham-Southern College Denied State Loan

Alabama rebuffed the private college’s request for a loan from a program seemingly made for it. Now the college is suing the state to fend off a possible closure.

In-State Tuition for Mexicans at California Community Colleges

Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law Friday that will allow low-income Mexicans living near the border to enroll...
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Direct Admissions Spreads, State by State

From Georgia to Wisconsin, state university systems are adopting the experimental policy, hoping to boost enrollment and reach new students.

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North Carolina Forces Changes to Accreditation

A new law will require public institutions to change accreditors every cycle. Passed quietly with no debate, the bill follows similar legislation passed in Florida.