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Another Small College, Hodges University, Will Close

The private nonprofit institution in Florida has seen its enrollment fall by more than half since 2017, and it appeared to run out of runway.

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U of Chicago Financial Aid Settlement Leaves Co-Defendants in a Tough Spot

The University of Chicago settled a federal antitrust lawsuit over financial aid. What does that mean for the 16 remaining defendants in the class action case?

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‘Constitutional Crisis’ at Trinity?

A dispute at the Connecticut college over two deans’ behavior has administrators and professors at loggerheads regarding the limits of the faculty’s investigative authority.

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.

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Hope College Bets on Tuition-Free Program

Hope College lets a small group of students attend for free and asks them to donate money to the institution after they graduate. An effort to raise $1 billion to expand the pilot program campuswide is going slowly.

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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.

Cardinal Stritch U to Close at End of Semester

Cardinal Stritch University, in Milwaukee, will close at the end of the semester. Dan Scholz, president of the university, said...

Poverty and Merit

The most selective colleges are failing to enroll more low-income students, so the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is calling for a "poverty preference" in college admissions.