Study documents that growth in higher ed hiring in recent years has failed to keep pace with enrollment increases, and challenges idea that tuition increases can be blamed on professors' pay.
As Brandeis announces a jaw-dropping payout to its former president, the university also says it has changed compensation rules in ways that might prevent a future payment of that size.
Yeshiva's finances look bad, but some faculty members there do not despair.
U.S. consumer bureau officials call on financial institutions to disclose the agreements they have with colleges to provide students with debit cards. The lack of transparency constitutes a "risky practice," agency's director says.
New Knight Commission database enables comparisons (at college and conference level) of sports expenditures per athlete with academic expenditures per student.
The University of Michigan is trying to save millions on staff costs, using an increasingly popular strategy, but faculty are unhappy.
A year ago, endowment investment returns were in the red, now they are nearly 12 percent. But it's unlikely to last.
Sewanee got a lot of attention for dropping its sticker price in 2011. Now it's back up.
Prestigious liberal arts colleges are facing financial pressures, according to recent credit ratings.
With budgets set in many states, public colleges fare better than in recent years. Does that represent typical trend in a recovering economy, or something more?
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