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Search processes prove to be a key point of contention as West Florida and Kennesaw State have considered making politicians university presidents.
“I just wonder how long we can go,” one faculty member at the financially struggling public university says.
Kentucky's governor improperly served as "judge, jury and executioner" in abolishing University of Louisville's Board of Trustees, a state court finds.
Following a series of federal sanctions, ITT Tech on Tuesday shut down its 130 campuses, forcing a scramble for many of the for-profit's 43,000 students.
With ITT Tech headed toward possible collapse, its students begin weighing whether to transfer or to seek to have their federal loans forgiven.
A longtime president's controversial medical leave highlights issues of leaders' age, health and time in charge.
Bard College takes (another) ratings downgrade on liquidity concerns. Can leaders keep defying the conventional financial wisdom?
Washington & Jefferson dips its toe into graduate programs, but leaders of the traditionally undergraduate college admit it's a balancing act, and are moving more modestly than other colleges trying to diversify their offerings.
Presidents are facing more scrutiny and capturing headlines as they fight publicly with boards for their jobs.
Traditional colleges including Northeastern University and Bellevue College are entering the coding boot camp market by partnering with boot camp providers or by creating their own programs.
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