Because of increased competition for students, decreased household income and skepticism about value, a third of institutions predict tuition revenue won't keep pace with inflation, Moody's survey finds.
Supporters of Texas' public research universities prepare to go another round with the governor, this time armed with data on student outcomes.
Videos and other material making postsecondary education seem accessible appear to encourage college-going behaviors, study finds.
Mount Holyoke sticks with tuition freeze for a second consecutive year, reflecting growing concern about the price of college.
Study highlights wage data for new graduates of Virginia colleges, with sortable earnings numbers by major. And similar databases are on the way in other states.
Smarterer's assessments aren't a threat to higher ed, for now, but offer job-seekers a way to go beyond the academy to show employers what they know.
U. of Hartford faculty recommends cutting several programs to invest in others, becoming the latest college to reject the "having it all" mentality in favor of focus on sustainable programs.
Saint Benedict decreased enrollment to shore up its finances, an unusual move at a time when many small colleges are considering growth.
In interview, Anthony Carnevale and Lumina Foundation's Jamie Merisotis assess the value of college degree, the emergence of new credentials, and whether rebounding male enrollments will last.
Purdue is setting up an on-site health care center for employees, hoping that easy access to health advice will help the university save money on benefits in the long run.
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