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Presidents of public institutions in New York say they welcome Governor Cuomo's plan and could find ways to enroll many more. But they still have questions.
Whether colleges file for bankruptcy or wind down in other ways, closing is a complex, costly affair -- and the process doesn’t assure any support for professors or employees who may have worked without pay.
New York's governor wants to make public higher education free for most students, setting off new debate on the concept.
State audit finds fault with management structure and decisions under former president, who responds that auditors failed to consider Louisville's "amazing academic trajectory."
Middlebury meets a tight deadline for going carbon neutral in part by using credits from forest preservation.
Trinity of Connecticut moves away from year-after-year freshmen enrollment gains and a controversial real estate purchase, aiming to be better and more diverse at a smaller size.
Managers chose not to hedge against candidates even as markets fluctuated during the campaign.
Student borrowing drops for the fifth straight year as the rate of tuition increases slows.
Princeton agrees to pay millions to local taxpayers to get them to drop a lawsuit, but the principles could surface elsewhere -- and again at Princeton in six years.
“I just wonder how long we can go,” one faculty member at the financially struggling public university says.
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