Study finds that cuts in state spending are linked to increases in out-of-state enrollment at public universities -- especially research institutions.
Going to college exclusively full time isn't the best way for adult students who are returning to college to earn an associate degree, new data show.
New book acknowledges the drift by public colleges as state funding has flattened and in some cases fallen -- but argues that the trend does not mean the institutions must abandon their missions.
Illinois leads list of states where community colleges already get only a single-digit percentage of their budgets from the state, and more cuts may be on the way.
Public colleges may be using grade inflation or tightening admissions standards to comply with performance-based funding, survey finds.
Virginia releases the first detailed look at mid-career earnings of college graduates, but the report warns against broad, oversimplified conclusions about the data.
What do faculty members do when their state permits guns on campus? Idaho illustrates the challenges.
Louisiana lawmakers wanted more authority over the state's top higher education official. Now, some want to give it back.
Grading states' support for higher education, an advocacy group for students makes the case that legislators and governors are responsible for rising public college tuitions.
As the budget forecast turns sunnier for California's public institutions, the privates worry about cuts to a state scholarship program on which their students rely.
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