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HBCU Graduates Owe More Debt, Earn Less Than Peers

Students who attend historically Black colleges and universities earn $16,600 less on average than peers from non-HBCUs a decade after...
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California Bill Raises Hopes for 4-Year Nursing Programs at 2-Year Colleges

A new state Senate bill would permit community colleges to offer bachelor’s degrees in nursing.

Caltech Grad Students, Postdocs Vote to Unionize

Graduate student workers and postdoctoral scholars at California Institute of Technology have voted to unionize in two separate bargaining units...

Pa. Governor Unveils Budget Details of Higher Ed Overhaul

Pennsylvania governor Josh Shapiro has outlined a 15 percent budget increase for the state’s public university system and community colleges...
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U.S. Forces For-Profit Chain to Dismiss CEO, CFO

The move is part of an “unprecedented” settlement agreement that will officially shutter Florida Career College and allow the parent company’s remaining colleges to access federal financial aid, but with stricter rules.

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Maryland Community Colleges Face $22M Budget Cut

Governor Wes Moore says his budget proposal is a response to declining enrollment and will “rein in” spending. Community college advocates say it will have wide-ranging negative consequences.

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Lawmakers Move to Reconstitute an HBCU’s Board

Legislators have considered eliminating Tennessee State University’s board entirely, but an alternative would remake it.

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A Rise in Hyperspecialized Catholic Colleges and Trade Schools

A handful of new Catholic institutions and trade schools are emerging and experimenting with new models as many of their established peers suffer enrollment woes.