Colorado’s 2022 budget restores higher ed cuts
Colorado’s $34.1 billion proposed state budget restores deep cuts made last year to K-12 and higher education, provides more money to help students who have traditionally struggled to complete college, and creates a substantial reserve for K-12 schools.
Utah’s large universities say ‘the jobs are out there’ for 2021 grads
Networking and job searching have changed in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, but that hasn’t stopped Utah’s universities from adapting to the challenge of connecting and guiding their students and graduates to employment opportunities.
Pushing for change: College athletes’ voices grow strong
The voices of thousands of college athletes are being heard louder and clearer than they have in years and it is the most politically and socially active generation in a half-century, since the turbulent years of the late 1960s and early ‘70s.
Fee increases at Louisiana colleges, universities add thousands to cost of higher education
Colleges and universities have increased fees charged to students as lawmakers cut state spending on higher education, adding thousands of dollars to the cost of getting a degree, according to a new Louisiana Legislative Auditor report.
Montana University System to get $1M for guns on campus
Brock Tessman, deputy commissioner of academic, research and student affairs, said he couldn’t comment on whether the $1 million was worth the tradeoff. At least one report estimated the cost to implement a concealed carry law in Arizona would cost $3 million for three campuses every year.