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As states pull support for higher education construction, cities offer incentives to develop new campuses.
In the wake of credit crisis, universities have improved liquidity and developed new tools to manage money and communicate financial decisions.
Despite an unconventional structure and a public launch in the middle of the economic downturn, Drake U. administrators are hopeful for outcome of $200 million campaign.
Preliminary data show endowment gains approaching pre-recession levels, with wealthy institutions sticking to their high-risk, high-reward investment strategies.
With tuition continuing to rise, College Board reports find the burden of paying for college shifting from states to the federal government.
After three years of appropriations cuts, public colleges use tuition increases to draw attention to what the state is no longer providing.
The United States and its higher education systems are on the verge of a "new paradigm" in defining the roles of colleges and universities in promoting state and regional economic development, says a report being issued today.
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