The divestment problem: Colleges now face a financial bind

Calls for divestment in Israel are fueling protests nationwide, but institutions' commitment to financial security is creating an uncomfortable ethical quandary.

Three ways institutions can increase gift-giving in 2024

Colleges and universities interested in ramping up their fundraising targets must update their strategies to meet pace with a digitized age, according to a report from Salesforce.

The top 20 university endowments of 2023

After an 8% percent drop off in fiscal year 2022, endowment has surged back, nearly recouping its loss with a 7.7% gain, according to the latest report by the National Association of College and University Business Officers and Commonfund (NACUBO-Commonfund).

Your student body has fewer Pell Grant students than 10 years ago

Seven of the 10 institutions to sport the most distressing drops in Pell Grant-eligible students had a per-student endowment below $100,000, according to a new report from The New York Times.

President moves: 2 leaders’ last dances and a search committee stuck in the mud

The end of this academic year will mark the end of President Peter Salovey's time at the helm of Yale University. He will return as a full-time faculty member.

Technology investments hit steep declines in 2022 due to budget and faculty shortages

Schools are racing to replace 20-year-old administrative systems to modernize the faculty and student online experience, yet investments in cloud-based infrastructure dropped by double-digits in 2022, something Tambellini Group has never recorded before.

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