In several states, faculty members and administrators are at odds over strategic planning at institutions pinched by hard realities.
Rules and Regulations
The multiplying regulations that colleges must follow bring new costs and headaches. For what?
It’s a simple idea: When students withdraw, their federal aid should go back to the government. In practice, it’s not so easy.
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The Forever Professors
Vitae: Career News and Tools
"It's hard to do this much damage to a college's reputation in just a few short years."
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In the News
The president’s decision to extend limited legal status to up to five million immigrants, announced Thursday night, will open college doors to many people.
An economics professor explains how he would change two consumer-information tools meant to help prospective students.
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