Economy

U Of New Orleans Will Lose 130 Jobs In Historic Budget Cuts

Facing what he called "the most significant budget cuts" in the University of New Orleans' 54-year history, UNO President Peter Fos announced plans Tuesday to trim spending by $12 million to make up for a budget shortfall.

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UNO To Use Budget Cuts To Trim Spending By $12 Million

The University of New Orleans will reduce its expenditures by $12 million to make up for a budget shortfall, President Peter Fos announced Tuesday.

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Degrees Of Debt: NH Higher Ed Salaries Contribute To Rise In Costs 

The past decade for the state’s higher education has seen three trends: cuts to state funding, rising tuition, and growing salaries.

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Follett Higher Education Group First to Save Students $1 Billion on Textbooks

Amidst rising higher education costs and student loan debt, college students across the country set a new record for saving this fall.

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NorthWest Arkansas Community College May Have $1.6 M Shortfall

NorthWest Arkansas Community College's latest estimate predicts a $1.6 million shortfall for the fiscal year that ended June 30, officials said.

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SD Board Request More State Money For Universities

The South Dakota Board of Regents agreed Thursday to seek additional state funding aimed at holding down tuition and fee increases for students at the six state-run universities.

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Oakland University Hikes Tuition 2.96%

Oakland University undergraduate students who are residents of Michigan can expect to see tuition increase 2.96 percent, following action taken today by the Board of Trustees.

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UCA's Cash Cushion Gets Plush

UCA in position to consider purchases, facility improvements and bonus pay for faculty.

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