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Is higher ed underpriced? New bill would slash education budget

The FY 2025 bill, approved by an appropriations subcommittee, would cut funding in half for campus-based aid and slash the Student Aid Administration budget by 26%.

AI at HBCUs: The next digital divide or a great reset?

South Carolina State University is pledging to become a leader in AI among HBCUs. However, "broadband deserts" and insufficient funding threaten to undermine its mission.

The next ‘evolution’ in higher ed’s state funding model has arrived, per report

Completion-goals funding will push public higher education and state policymakers to address the region's labor market needs together, in turn boosting graduates' return on investment and improving the economy, according to Complete College America.

New College of Florida lays out ambitious 5-year plan, seeks $400 million

The newly revamped conservative college, home to less than 1,000 students, is seeking $400 million to become "the best liberal arts college in America," according to a business plan released last week

Why the Defense Department is poised to become HBCUs’ new best friend

With the Defense Department readying its outreach to HBCUs at Congress' urging, one university network is poised to bring together established research giants and underfunded institutions to secure better funding in science and engineering.

President moves: New hires, plus retiring leaders being lauded for their pandemic strategy

Clarence D. Ambrister and Tom Bogart managed their pandemic-era funding to set their institutions up for long-term success and have decided to retire on the upswing of a highly approved career.

Cross-program building designs represent higher ed’s next step forward

Intentional design and construction that curate these spaces better align with higher education's changing landscape and prepare the next round of doctors and scientists for a wave of innovation. 

Why these 2 states are changing their higher ed funding model

As state institutions recuperate from poor enrollment numbers, legislators are ready to increase higher ed funding—under one condition.

Can higher education in Pennsylvania be saved?

Since fall 2017, enrollment at the state's four-year public institutions has declined by 12.4%, a dramatically worse dip than the nation's overall 3% decrease in that sector, according to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.

Can your school benefit from a consortium to keep its scientific research alive?

As state budgets continue to tighten and higher education runs out of pandemic-era federal funding, these colleges are continuing their research in unison. "Together, our strengths are magnified."

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