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‘Radical Level of Change’

A new report argues that high enrollment of out-of-state students at public flagship universities has increased costs for those students and led to more student debt.

New Leader for Public University Group

The selection of Mark Becker of Georgia State, best known for its focus on student success, reinforces the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities’ increased emphasis on improving student outcomes.

UNC’s $97 Million Plan to Reach Adult Online Learners

University of North Carolina will create an internal unit to build and manage online programs from the system’s 17 campuses for learners largely ignored by many universities.

At a College Wounded on 9/11, Memories Endure 20 Years Later

Borough of Manhattan Community College lost eight students and alumni plus a building in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks. On the 20th anniversary, lessons reverberate amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Michigan Regent Censured Over ‘Witches’ Comments

Ron Weiser said he will not resign and “will not be canceled” amid outcry over comments he made about women who hold elected office in Michigan, including Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

Gee's Tax Take in the Spotlight

West Virginia University and its president choose words carefully as lawmakers float eliminating the state income tax -- which could end a source of revenue that goes to funding higher education.

Arizona's 4-Year Public Universities Form Alliance

New alliance targets improving graduation rates and retention rates and admitting students from low-income families.

UT Austin Sees Increase in Pell Enrollment

The Texas flagship university is seeing an increase in low-income enrollment at a time when many higher education experts are worried that the most vulnerable students are putting their educations on hold.