Administration and Finance

Administration and Finance
Jul 10, 2020
Leading national higher education advocacy groups and membership organizations were allocated more than $20 million in forgivable loans as part of the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program.

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July 10, 2019

The University of Alaska's accreditor warns that unprecedented funding cuts could threaten the system's status.

July 8, 2019

California's private colleges and universities could all be forced to move to time-card system for adjuncts -- unless a legislative fix is successful.

July 8, 2019

Struggling to keep up with technology challenges, Washtenaw Community College plans to pay a third party to manage all of its IT functions. The decision has drawn criticism from faculty and staff members.

June 5, 2019

States and the public colleges they fund continue to feel the economic downturn's effects, even after a decade of recovery, according to a new report that gives a sobering look at state funding.

February 28, 2019

Hoping to double enrollment within a decade, university in Washington suburbs looks to a high-rise for new student and faculty housing.

February 11, 2019

Linfield College is moving forward with a plan to cut its faculty -- apparently with or without professors' input.

January 28, 2019

As many institutions look to public-private partnerships as a financing solution for their biggest and most important projects, Charles G. Renner describes some of the ins and outs.

January 28, 2019

Small-college leaders share how their institutions have attempted to ward off enrollment crises before they happen.

January 25, 2019

Green Mountain College in Vermont tried many of the most popular strategies to set itself up to survive in the face of harsh population trends, but it didn't work. What does that mean for other private liberal arts colleges?

January 23, 2019

Massachusetts takes a swing at regulating small colleges at risk of shutting down in order to better protect students. Institutions at risk would have to be public about their financial vulnerabilities 18 months before a possible closure.

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