Last Week’s Most Read Stories

Victoria Clayton

Changes to funding models, instructional techniques and technology, among other areas, have pushed college and university officials to continually adapt. Read more>>

Christopher Fevola

In today’s clearly challenging higher education landscape, many colleges and universities are struggling financially or even closing their doors—and regional private institutions are especially vulnerable. Read more>>

Melissa Ezarik

Stretching traditional résumé-consulting and career counseling roles to offer new services and opportunities. Read more>>

Heather Kerrigan

Today, a growing number of colleges and universities are instituting policy management efforts to manage risk, enhance communication and transparency, maintain consistency, and uphold accountability. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

To whet your appetite for bringing delicious events to your campus, here’s a taste of some creative recipes for fun in and outside the dining hall. Read more>>

The Washington Post

The cuts are shortsighted and economically unwise, but what makes the decision even more inexcusable is that they are being justified by a contrived budgetary “crisis.” Read more>>

CNBC.com

At a recent financial aid conference, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said that every school should help its students graduate with high-quality career prospects and minimal debt. Read more>>

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