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Accreditor: Keystone College in ‘Danger of Imminent Closure’

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education warns of “misleading information” circulating about the Pennsylvania institution’s dire straits. Students can’t be sure their college will exist come fall.


Public University Trustees Should Serve the Public Good

Governor Glenn Youngkin was right to veto legislation that would have undermined accountability.

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Minnesota Lawmakers Push to Regulate OPMs

Online program managers that allow institutions to offer wide-scale online courses are under fire in Minnesota. Lawmakers don’t like their profit-sharing model, among other things.

Cuts Shrink Arizona Budget Shortfall to $52 Million

To combat severe budget issues, University of Arizona officials have unveiled a plan that will reduce a projected financial shortfall...
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Long-Stalled Florida Atlantic Presidential Search Restarts

The institution’s initial hunt for a new leader was suspended in July over alleged anomalies. Now it’s back on, more than a year after it officially began.

University of Arizona President to Step Down

Nearly six months into a financial crisis and facing the wrath of Governor Katie Hobbs, University of Arizona President Robert...
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Birmingham-Southern Announces Abrupt Closure

Denied a lifeline from a tailor-made state loan program, the small, private Christian institution will close in May after years of financial issues.

University of Nebraska Regents Pick Presidential Finalist

The University of Nebraska Board of Regents named Jeffrey Gold as its priority candidate for the system’s open presidency, making...