Decisions by University of Delaware and other colleges to scrap law school plans highlight the difficulty of recouping high start-up costs.
Dartmouth angers some professors by redirecting a larger chunk of returns on endowed funds to administrative costs.
Planned consolidation of three Assemblies of God institutions will be eyed by religious colleges facing similar issues.
For third straight year, average tuition at private colleges and universities will increase less than pre-recession, but again outpaces inflation. Institutional financial aid continues to grow.
Colleges and other higher education organizations received nearly $2 billion in earmarks directed by individual members of Congress, our analysis shows.
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