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Administration and Finance
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May 20, 2022
Tuition discount rates at private colleges reached a record high of 54.5 percent, according to a new NACUBO study. That signals that financial aid is available—but also that pricing is arbitrary.

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May 20, 2022

Tuition discount rates at private colleges reached a record high of 54.5 percent, according to a new NACUBO study. That signals that financial aid is available—but also that pricing is arbitrary.

May 12, 2022

Many public universities face a costly backlog of facilities maintenance and renewal projects. The University of Nebraska is trying a new approach to finance infrastructure repairs well into the future.

February 22, 2022

Students have long called on colleges to divest their endowments from fossil fuels. Now organizers at MIT, Princeton, Stanford, Vanderbilt and Yale are deploying the law to end such investments.

July 13, 2021

Campus leaders at Florida Memorial University hope to improve finances and increase enrollment after accreditors put the institution on probation.

May 24, 2021

For the most part, institutions are resuming the faculty and staff retirement benefits they cut or stopped during the pandemic. Fights over the future of those benefits are being waged on some campuses.

 
April 14, 2021

Fostering diversity, equity and inclusion in academic libraries is more important to library leaders now than it was in 2019, but many are uncertain about the effectiveness of their strategies.

March 24, 2021

Defying trends away from tenure, Ohio State and Syracuse will add more than 400 new tenure-track faculty members in the coming years.

February 2, 2021

For-profit Post and American Sentinel Universities announce acquisition built on health-care offerings. The tie-up reveals factors in the nonprofit higher ed market as well.

December 9, 2020

Academic library survey reveals widespread budget cuts during the COVID-19 pandemic and concern about long-term financial recovery.

October 28, 2020

Teacher education programs were facing major problems even before the pandemic, but are they dying of natural causes or being killed off? Either way, what's lost when they go away for good?

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