Path-breaking liberal arts college, shut down by university, will gain full independence with a plan to enroll students again in 2 years.
Amid recession, group of small private colleges asks NCAA to reconsider measure that requires basketball shot clocks to show tenths of seconds and football referees to wear wireless microphones.
Leaders of small and mid-sized private colleges are less likely than those of other institutions to have come immediately from a provost's job, survey finds.
In a perilous time for many small colleges facing economic difficulties, a cadre of ex-presidents and consultants are increasingly called on to clean up the mess and set the stage for recovery.
AAUP releases harsh analysis of how the university's board managed the college -- an account disputed by university leaders. Meanwhile, independence for college may be near.
Institutions worked to maintain enrollment through increased aid and lower tuition increases, but net tuition and fee revenues are expected to fall on many campuses, Moody's reports.
Mount Holyoke College works to boost number of community college transfers, achieving unusual success for a liberal arts college.
Down a few dozen, Sweet Briar suspends retirement contributions and (briefly) pay for president and top officials. Is this the cost of keeping discount rate level?
Elite private colleges have seen slight increase in share of student body from low incomes, but their wealthiest students have seen notable gains as well.
Employer survey backed by liberal education group suggests a new emphasis on the quality of undergraduate education.
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