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Creating an Evergreen Fundraising Communications Strategy

The time between campaigns offers a unique opportunity to focus on branding.

UW Oshkosh Sends Grads Belated $8K Bill

Seven recent graduates of the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh are facing steep bills after a coding error that led...

Union Institute & University Delays Start of Semester

Squeezed by financial pressures, missing payroll and locked out of its Cincinnati headquarters, Union Institute & University moved the start...
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Time to Get Real About Tuition

The high-tuition, high-discount model is no longer serving most private colleges—or higher education as a whole, David Bushman writes.

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Promising, Then Revoking, ‘Forever’ Alumni Status for Certificate Grads

University of Southern California tentatively settles false advertising lawsuit by graduates of certificate programs, raising issues of how colleges value different students.

Brandeis, Long Linked to Leonard Bernstein, to End Music Ph.D. Programs

Brandeis University will put its two doctoral programs in music composition and theory and in musicology on hiatus with plans...
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Another Small College, Hodges University, Will Close

The private nonprofit institution in Florida has seen its enrollment fall by more than half since 2017, and it appeared to run out of runway.

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Union Institute & University Mired in Financial Woes

Union Institute has been missing payroll and rent payments at facilities in Ohio and Florida. University leaders have offered little reassurance or recourse as employees fear a potential closure.