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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Questions Swirl as Earlham College’s President Will Leave After Just a Year

Questions Swirl as Earlham College’s President Will Leave After Jus...

July 03, 2018

After only a year on the job, the president of Earlham College is stepping down amid continuing budget and enrollment pressures.
After only a year on the job, the president of Earlham College is stepping down amid continuing budget and enrollment pressures.

July 03, 2018

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Diverse

Stephen R. Morgan: A Versatile and Nontraditional Leader

Stephen R. Morgan: A Versatile and Nontraditional Leader

July 03, 2018

When Stephen R. Morgan steps down as president of Westminster College this summer, he will leave a legacy of being a versatile and nontraditional leader.
When Stephen R. Morgan steps down as president of Westminster College this summer, he will leave a legacy of being a versatile and nontraditional leader.

July 03, 2018

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The Boston Herald

Lawmakers Want to Know Why Mount Ida College Walked Away from Merger Talks with Lasell College

Lawmakers Want to Know Why Mount Ida College Walked Away from Merge...

July 02, 2018

Lawmakers probing Mount Ida College’s (MA) land deal with UMass Amherst are calling on Attorney General Maura Healey to focus on the troubled college’s decision to walk away from talks with nearby Lasell College (MA), citing the move as a breach of the board’s fiduciary duty to the college.
Lawmakers probing Mount Ida College’s (MA) land deal with UMass Amherst are calling on Attorney General Maura Healey to focus on the troubled college’s decision to walk away from talks with nearby Lasell College (MA), citing the move as a breach of the board’s fiduciary duty to the college.

July 02, 2018

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Crain’s Cleveland Business

Ursuline 'Sharpens' Recruiting Message

Ursuline 'Sharpens' Recruiting Message

July 02, 2018

Susan Dileno, Ursuline College's (OH) new vice president for enrollment management, has a big job ahead.  rsuline's enrollment has been falling for years. In fall 2008, the women-focused college in Pepper Pike had 1,430 students enrolled. In fall 2013, enrollment had been 1,344. By fall 2017, enrollment was 1,124.
But college leadership is hopeful. The declines have been shrinking, and there is a bright spot: Graduate enrollment grew from fall 2016 to fall 2017 despite the overall decline in enrollment.
Susan Dileno, Ursuline College's (OH) new vice president for enrollment management, has a big job ahead.  rsuline's enrollment has been falling for years. In fall 2008, the women-focused college in Pepper Pike had 1,430 students enrolled. In fall 2013, enrollment had been 1,344. By fall 2017, enrollment was 1,124.
But college leadership is hopeful. The declines have been shrinking, and there is a bright spot: Graduate enrollment grew from fall 2016 to fall 2017 despite the overall decline in enrollment.

July 02, 2018

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Philly.com

Tuition Was Rising, Appeal Was Falling. Here's How Drexel University Is Stopping the Slide

Tuition Was Rising, Appeal Was Falling. Here's How Drexel Universit...

July 02, 2018

Four years ago, officials at Drexel University (PA) looked at enrollment numbers — and didn’t like what they saw.  Only 8 percent of students offered admission had chosen to enroll, down from nearly 25 percent less than a decade earlier. With tuition, fees, and room and board hovering around $60,000, Drexel was showing up in rankings as one of the nation’s most expensive schools. And not enough of its freshmen were making it to graduation.
Four years ago, officials at Drexel University (PA) looked at enrollment numbers — and didn’t like what they saw.  Only 8 percent of students offered admission had chosen to enroll, down from nearly 25 percent less than a decade earlier. With tuition, fees, and room and board hovering around $60,000, Drexel was showing up in rankings as one of the nation’s most expensive schools. And not enough of its freshmen were making it to graduation.

July 02, 2018

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