City College of San Francisco is struggling with money woes, dwindling enrollment and a long-running accreditation crisis, but many in the state say the college is changing for the better.
Speakers suggest areas to examine as small colleges try to change their business models.
A new report says the wealthy do not disproportionately benefit from public subsidies, but some wonder whether low-income students get enough.
Recent presidential turnover is one issue hanging over the college.
State has changed its formula to impose deepest reductions on universities that receive more outside support.
As Arizona institutions continue to struggle with deep cuts to state funding, some wonder why on-campus 'freedom centers' funded by the Charles Koch Foundation could get $5 million grant.
Taxpayers in California and San Francisco helped City College sort out its accreditation crisis and loss of a third of its students. But the new money runs dry soon, and faculty plan strike next week over brewing budget fight.
Three Maryland community colleges plan to close a jointly run health education center because of enrollment changes.
City College of San Francisco for years has been facing an accreditation crisis linked to its finances, and the accreditation woes may have contributed to a new fiscal management problem.
When a college eliminates its only positions for philosophy and American literature, but adds a slot for music therapy, has it changed its mission?
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