As states pull support for higher education construction, cities offer incentives to develop new campuses.
Should colleges outsource parking? Plans to do so at Ohio State anger professors.
Tight times have led many colleges to centralize budget decisions, but U.Va. moves in opposite direction, hoping departmental control over costs will spur creativity.
Latest data from Education Department show scores of private institutions failing to meet disputed metrics aimed at measuring "financial responsibility."
As premiums soar and cost pressures mount, a small university aims to improve employee health -- and cut insurance costs over the long term -- by providing primary care on the campus.
Better understanding of how the money flows can help professors navigate their campuses' budget processes. Elizabeth H. Simmons offers a primer.
Auxiliary service agreements tying vendor spending on facilities to contract renewals raise conflict-of-interest questions -- and may be quite common.
Despite holding the same risky assets that led to losses in 2008, universities have learned from experience and have less to fear in current volatility, experts say.
In the face of economic and political uncertainty, colleges are working to convert potentially volatile debt to a more stable form, but peace of mind comes at a cost.
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