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What do DePaul’s Budget Woes Mean for Catholic Higher Ed?

DePaul University, the largest Catholic college in the U.S. in terms of total enrollment, is facing a projected budget gap of $56 million. Other religious institutions are faring even worse.

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Slimming Down to Stay Afloat

Projecting an enrollment nosedive, West Virginia University is preparing for a lean future. Some call it an act of surrender, while others say it’s a prudent choice to be replicated elsewhere.

6 Programs, 37 Jobs to Be Cut at St. Cloud State

Six programs and 37 jobs are on the chopping block at St. Cloud State University as the state institution prepares...

Marian University to Cut Jobs, Programs

Marian University, a private Catholic university in Wisconsin, is cutting eight majors and more than a dozen minors and laying...

Graduate Theological School Declares Financial Exigency

The Interdenominational Theological Center Board of Trustees has declared financial exigency , effective immediately. The historically Black, ecumenical Christian graduate...

King’s College Faces Financial Peril

The King’s College needs $2.6 million to meet its “immediate needs” and stave off closure. Weeks into the fundraising effort, less than $200,000 has been donated.

University of Kansas Looks to Cut 42 Academic Programs

Faculty members agree with the administration on cutting 28 programs but are fighting to keep 14 others alive. More cuts may be on the horizon for the state university system.

Higher Ed Grapples With Pandemic, Enrollment… and an Oil Bust

Colleges in states that rely on oil revenue are struggling to hold on after the pandemic collided with an oil bust.