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Reconfiguring Campus in the Remote Work Era

With fewer employees on site, many colleges are seeking to repurpose disused campus spaces. In some cases that means shedding leases that can save millions of dollars.

Henderson State Chancellor Steps Down

Charles Ambrose is out as chancellor of Henderson State University, stepping down after less than two years on the job...

VCU Cuts 14 Faculty Jobs

Facing a $25 million budget gap, Virginia Commonwealth University is cutting 14 jobs in the Department of Focused Inquiry, according...
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When Merger or Consolidation Plans Don’t Align

A debate in Wisconsin over the possibility of merging a two-year state institution with a two-year technical college highlights questions of realignment faced by public college systems across the country.

Program Cuts Begin at West Virginia University

West Virginia University’s governing board voted Friday to slash 12 graduate and doctorate programs, including $7 million in personnel cuts...
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Shrinking Pains at West Virginia University

The university is planning unprecedented program reductions and layoffs, citing a historic deficit and a changing higher ed landscape. The faculty isn’t taking it lying down.

University of Toledo Cuts Student Success Centers

The University of Toledo is closing its undergraduate and graduate student coaching centers as part of a budget-cutting plan,
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State Funding Rose Last Year. Will it Last?

Higher ed funding in 2022 was higher than any year since the 2008 recession, defying expectations. Some worry the boost was a short-term spike.