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College Building Projects: Behind Schedule and Over Budget

Inflation has come down from last year’s soaring heights, but colleges are still feeling the effects of supply chain issues and labor shortages that keep construction costs high.

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...

Alderson Broaddus Loses Degree-Granting Authority

Alderson Broaddus University has lost its state authorization to grant degrees, likely prompting a closure unless the small Baptist institution...
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W.Va. Governor Wants to Save Alderson Broaddus

Alderson Broaddus University faced a vote from a state oversight board that could have prompted its closure. Then the governor stepped in, though without a clear plan.

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No Classes, No Accreditation, No Closure?

The King’s College is squeezed financially, has lost accreditation and will cancel classes this fall. But leadership doesn’t intend for the closure to be permanent.

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Signs of Weakness: A Survey of Campus Business Officers

One in five college financial leaders lacks confidence in their institution’s 10-year outlook, and almost half of public college CBOs expect their condition to worsen next year, Inside Higher Ed survey finds.

Mildred García speaking at her inauguration at Cal State Dominguez Hills. She is wearing academic regalia and sunglasses.

New Chancellor Selected for California State University System

Mildred García, president of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, will be the next CSU chancellor.

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American Confidence in Higher Ed Hits Historic Low

A Gallup poll shows only 36 percent of Americans have “a great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in higher education, which is down by about 20 percentage points from eight years ago.