Increases for current academic year slightly outpaced inflation for four-year institutions, and lagged inflation for 2-year colleges and for-profits.
At meeting of provosts of small private colleges, academic officers are challenged on budgets, student learning and their ever-expanding portfolios.
Beloit's cuts illustrate how -- in the current economic environment -- a seemingly small enrollment decline can have major consequences.
U. of Tennessee banned wife of system's leader from contact with donors and employees -- and lifted ban only after stipulating her lack of authority.
Angst is omnipresent at gatherings of academic leaders these days, but if you've spent years arguing that relentless endowment growth is hurting higher ed, these times aren't so bad.
University of Mary's new leader is admittedly inexperienced, but "raring to go."
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