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The Week in Admissions News

The University of Tennessee will guarantee admission to all eligible in-state students; the University of Central Arkansas launches a tuition assistance program; Colorado College welcomes transfer students from anti-DEI states.

Over 100 people, including students covering the floor and holding signs, fill the West Virginia University Board of Governors meeting room.

Despite National Pushback, West Virginia Will Cut Faculty, Programs

A month of intense public and on-campus pressure did not dissuade the Board of Governors from siding with the administration to slash programs and positions.


Preparing Students for the AI-Enhanced Workforce

Our graduating and certificate-completing students need documented generative AI skills, and they need them now.

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A Change of Control

New regulations take aim at self-dealing and other abuses in for-profit–to–not-for-profit conversions, Kyle Southern and Carolyn Fast write.

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The Second Life of Bloomfield College

Bloomfield College was lurching toward closure until Montclair State University stepped in. The presidents of both institutions reflect on the unlikely merger of a private college and a public university.

A view of the campus of Bridgewater College in Virginia.

Tuition Resets Continue Amid Public Skepticism of College’s Value

Bridgewater College in Virginia and Wartburg College in Iowa are two of the latest institutions to announce drastic cuts to their tuition sticker prices.

CFPB: Tuition Payment Plans Can Be Risky, Costly for Students

Tuition payment plans offered by colleges and universities should be thought of as a type of loan even if they...
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2 Universities Halt Treatment for Trans Youths

A Missouri law limits gender-affirming care for minors, but two institutions have gone beyond the bounds of the legislation and will also stop treating existing patients.