by Erica Price Freelance Writer Faculty and administrators at Devlin University are waiting with bated breath for the announcement of results from a rather unique budget reduction exercise after the university fell short on enrollment for the fourth consecutive year. \”Things are getting desperate. We’re just out of ideas on how to cut any more […]
by Diana Senechal Prickly Pear, AZ—At the start of each semester, many colleges allow students a two-week drop/add “shopping period” for trying out courses. Today, Barratt College has announced its latest innovation: a “marketing period,” soon to sweep across the country. “Shopping without marketing gets you nowhere,” explained Nellie Betervoet, who assumed the presidency […]
In a creative effort to thwart the negative impact of budget cuts, City College of San Francisco, announced that a number of courses would be cancelled unless donors paid a $6,000 sponsorship fee. Donors would, in turn, have the saved courses named after them. At that price, corporations see the deal as an unprecedented bargain […]
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