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Michael Schneider, president of McPherson College

A Tiny Kansas College’s Billion-Dollar Gift

McPherson College has joined several small liberal arts colleges in the country with large endowments. Observers say the gift is a “dramatic” example of fundraising success.

Antioch, Otterbein Launch Network of Graduate Programs

After regulatory finessing, Antioch and Otterbein create partnership to widen student access to programs without compromising either institution’s mission. More partners are planned.

Cheyney University Settles Financial Misconduct Lawsuits

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania has reportedly settled a pair of lawsuits brought by two former administrators alleging financial malfeasance, according...

WSJ Report Finds Sharp Spending Increase at Flagships

A Wall Street Journal analysis looking at two decades’ worth of financial documents found that spending at flagship institutions has...
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Americans See College’s Value but Question Its Price

A survey by New America shows Americans aren’t convinced of the return on investment of a college degree.

For-Profit Hussian College Closes

Hussian College has closed abruptly. The Pennsylvania Department of Education announced on its website last week that it had “received...

Oberlin Sues Insurers Over Settlement in Bakery Case

The saga between Oberlin College and Gibson’s Bakery has spilled over into another lawsuit. This time it’s Oberlin suing four...