While discussing the Higher Education Act, Vanderbilt's chancellor equated cost of compliance to $11,000 per student -- and the message snowballed.
Colleges and banks say new Education Department rules governing debit cards and more would limit choice and might be illegal, while consumer advocates urge the agency to crack down even further.
Marian Court College's president says after years of declining enrollment and tuition revenue, the institution ran out of options -- sooner than professors expected.
Two small two-year institutions in northwest Ohio craft plan to combine key administrative positions to save money. Officials say no merger is planned -- but faculty leaders are skeptical.
After years of having one of the most highly subsidized athletics departments, a universitywide panel at Rutgers pushes reforms that would end contributions from student fees and the university.
The ambitious private university is charting a new course than curbs some its efforts to expand outside of Philadelphia.
Governor Scott Walker wants to remove $300 million from university system, and offers campuses more autonomy in return. But higher ed leaders say the trade isn't nearly enough to offset the cuts.
One of the nation's largest for-profit colleges is thinking about becoming a nonprofit.
Documenting state disinvestment in public higher ed (and especially community colleges), think tank report urges new federal-state "compact."
Kentucky State University tells a fourth of its student body to leave because they haven't paid their bills.
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