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The Rare Debt-Free College

Monmouth University has spent millions of dollars on campus investments while borrowing next to nothing. Philanthropic support helps, but a clear balance sheet remains a top strategic priority. 

N.Y. Higher Ed Leaders Celebrate ‘Transformational’ Budget

New York governor Kathy Hochul on Wednesday enacted historic funding increases for the state’s two public university systems, the State...
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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.

American University of Puerto Rico Will Close This Year

The American University of Puerto Rico will end its operations at the end of this year, the institution announced on...

After DeSantis Takeover, Record Funding for New College

The New College of Florida has received a record influx of state funding this budget cycle, according to a report...

The King’s College Ends Controversial Partnership

The King’s College has ended an opaque partnership with Primacorp Ventures, a Canadian for-profit education company, that has been accused...
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A Path Forward for Birmingham-Southern?

After months of closure discussions, the Board of Trustees voted to keep the college open. Now a financial lifeline may come in the form of a state loan.

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...